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From a Data Recovery App Built Over a Weekend to an International Success Story, Reincubate Wins the Queen's Award for Enterprise
LONDON, April 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Reincubate is delighted to announce that the company has won the Queen's Award for Enterprise in the "international trade" category, the most prestigious commercial prize in the UK, acknowledging the company's achievements over the years.
Eight years ago, founder Aidan Fitzpatrick built a file recovery app for his damaged phone. Those few lines of code written in one night lead to a successful app data company - Reincubate. Aidan started coding at an early age and showed interest in building software and businesses from when he was just 14 years old. During his career he helped IT businesses grow and exit successfully. Aidan was recently listed by Workspace as one of the "top 20 inspiring entrepreneurs to watch in 16/17" and placed in City AM's top 100 UK entrepreneurs of 2016 and 2015.
Reincubate's team of talented data experts and engineers built the iCloud API, which enables companies and individuals access app data without the need to build or know about iOS platform specifics. The company has two flagship products: the iPhone Backup Extractor, and the Cloud Data API.
Reincubate's API is one of the first tools that makes data ownership possible. Apple users can access and export their backup data, including deleted, lost or missing files. Reincubate's products are designed to ensure that data privacy is respected, and that only the account owner can have access to their backup.
Earlier in the year Reincubate also won the FSB & Worldpay Business Awards, as the best Online Business in Greater London.
The Queen's Awards are given for businesses in each of the following category: international trade, innovation and sustainable development. Each entry is judged by a specialist panel that makes a recommendation to the Prime Minister's Advisory Committee. Her Majesty the Queen decides the winners, who each receive an invitation to a reception at Buckingham Palace. Previous winners for the same category include BBC, BUPA and Skyscanner. The full list of winners is available on the Queen's Award for enterprise website: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/queens-awards-for-enterprise-current-winners
The company is blessed to have such a great team of skilled and dedicated individuals, working together to solve great challenges over the years. Thanks to their hard work, the Reincubate was the first to support iOS 9 and 10, and the first to add new features including 2FA and 2SV.
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