The co-founder of an Ealing app which was named App of the Year 2016 has been shortlisted for entrepreneur of the year.
Mike Anderson launched the app ClinicJot in 2013 giving medical practices the chance to compile data on their iPads.
After launching a new version in March this year, the company based in Hanger Lane now has more than 400 medical practices using the software.
It was enough for Mr Anderson, alongside business parter Ian Robinson, 67, to be given the App of the Year 2016 prize at the SME Awards in London in June.
Now Mr Anderson has been shortlisted for the Black Entrepreneur of the Year award at the upcoming Black Business Association Awards in October this year.
The proud 34-year-old said: "The app allows medical practices to keep patient record information.
"You can take picture of a swollen arm, or another injury, and store it on the system cloud and then share with a patient.
"Sometimes it is difficult to get medical records but this allows them to send out their records."
In 2013-14 the app even made the top 10 of the Medical App Store which helped the pair secure a six figure investment to launch their latest version.
The app is also HIPAA compliant, meaning it falls in line with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act - a standard of protecting sensitive patient data.
Mr Anderson added: "With the NHS spending £6 billion on creating a paperless NHS, we are living proof that a small, agile company like ours can achieve the same goal at a fraction of the cost.
"What makes our company really interesting, apart form the fact that our little software company is the only native HIPAA Compliant product on the market - is that there is a 33 year age gap between my business partner and I.
"Considering BBC’s Dragon Piers Linney won the same award (Rising Star) in 2014 its a massive honour - fingers crossed."
The next step for Mr Anderson and his business partner is to make ClinicJot accessible for all devices.