|By NeonDrum News||
|June 20, 2014 12:26 PM EDT||
UK tech startup Cloudfind today announced that it has been shortlisted for an Enterprise Software Innovation Award by Computer Weekly, alongside the likes of Cisco and Channel Four Television. Awards will be presented at the 2014 Cloud World Forum event at the Olympia National in London on Tuesday 17th June.
The Computer Weekly European Awards for Enterprise Software 2014 recognize innovation through the use of enterprise software and information management. Cloudfind has been shortlisted in the category of "Best Technology Innovation", by a panel of independent judges.
Officially launched in April 2014, Cloudfind provides a way for organizations to radically simplify how they access information stored in the cloud, making it quick and easy to locate just the right documents from thousands or even millions of files with just a few clicks of a mouse. Cloudfind's automatic file tagging technology is already finding applications among industries as diverse as financial services, construction and real estate.
Cloudfind CEO and co-founder Sebastian Toke-Nichols commented: "To fully realize the potential of moving to the cloud, companies need new ways to interact with the information they store there. Cloudfind offers something totally new that transforms the ease with which enterprises find, share and organize their information in the cloud era. We're thrilled to be shortlisted by industry experts for this innovation award."
Cloudfind is available via the Salesforce AppExchange, the world's leading enterprise app store.
Cloudfind is a pioneer in the cloud era, innovating with new ways to find, share and organize information, and so enable companies to enter the Digital Jetstream. Founded in 2011, Cloudfind is based in Bath, UK, with an executive team that combines deep expertise in knowledge management and enterprise software, with a track record in growing successful tech startups. Cloudfind is privately funded.
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