CleanCloud named 2019 SaaS Awards winner

4 September 2019


CleanCloud has been named the Best SaaS Product for Small Non-US Businesses in the 2019 SaaS Awards. The Software-as-a-Service Awards celebrate excellence in cloud-based software solutions, and accept entries from across the world, including the US, Canada, Australasia, the UK and EMEA.
The categories for the 2019 awards programme included Best Enterprise-Level SaaS Product, Best Data-Driven SaaS Product and Best Security Innovation in a SaaS Product.

CleanCloud, which serves 5,000 users in more than 70 countries, transforms drycleaners and laundromats by giving them the digital infrastructure they need to streamline their processes and procedures. Details here:

The London-based point-of-sale software solution for drycleaners and laundromats beat out competition from the likes of rankingCoach and Applauz to come top in its category.
Other winners included IBM Watson Studio in an awards programme that also featured McAfee, Verizon Connect, and other household names.
John Buni, co-founder and CEO of CleanCloud (pictured) said: “We’re delighted that CleanCloud has won the award against such a high standard of competition.”
David Griffith-Jones, co-founder and CTO of CleanCloud, said: “This award is testament to the huge effort everyone in our team has made over the past year to bring CleanCloud to more businesses worldwide and to continue to provide the secure, reliable and effective service that we’re known for.”

The SaaS Awards is now closed for entries and will reopen for 2020 submissions later in the year. Over 200 organisations entered the 2019 programme. Details here:

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