With awards for excellence and innovation in SaaS, the Software-as-a-Service Awards program accepts entries worldwide, including the US, Canada, Australasia, UK and EMEA. The SaaS Awards program is now in its second year of recognizing and celebrating innovation in software.
Categories for the 2017 awards program include Best Data-Driven SaaS Product, Best SaaS Product for Small Business and the hotly contested Best Enterprise-Level SaaS Product.
Gerard O’Keeffe, GeoPal’s CEO said: “We are delighted to be shortlisted in the category Best SaaS Product for Shipping, Inventory or Vehicle Logistics, it is always great to get an external endorsement for our leading mobile workforce management solution.”
GeoPal is a leading Irish SaaS company that connects field workers, remote assets and IoT sensors, heavily reducing reliance on paper processes and increasing businesses’ Productivity, Profitability and Compliance.
SaaS Awards and Cloud Awards organizer Larry Johnson said: “Software as a service is the new software standard. The global competition is incredibly fierce, with incredibly disruptive technologies shaking up the marketplace – and the dust is far from settled. It’s a new playing field altogether, with providers constantly innovating to ensure their clients are always leveraging best-of-breed software services which are reliable yet still at the cutting edge.
“In our second year promoting SaaS exclusively alongside the long-running Cloud Awards - which has an October deadline - we have seen a huge variety of submissions from the US and outside North America – comprising organizations of all sizes from large, blue-chip organizations to agile, niche-filling start-ups.
“With such a high standard of submissions, a gargantuan task awaits our judges to arrive at our final award winners. As ever, all entrants were incredibly strong this year and to make the shortlist is itself a huge honor.”
Final SaaS Awards winners will be announced on Tuesday 29 August 2017. The SaaS Awards are closed for entries and will return in Spring 2018. Over 300 organizations entered, with international entries coming from North America, Canada, Australia, UK, Europe and the Middle East. To view the full shortlist, please visit: https://www.cloud-awards.com/2017-saas-shortlist/
A sister program to the SaaS Awards, The Cloud Awards (https://www.cloud-awards.com/), is currently accepting submissions for a new 2017-18 program, continuing its recognition of excellence in cloud computing, with a final October deadline.