JobDiva Inc., the proven technology leader in the staffing industry, announced winning the coveted 2014 Cloud Awards Program's "Cloud Company of the Year." In earning the top award in this year's competition, JobDiva bested the more than 200 organizations that entered from around the globe, hailing from the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East—including several staffing technology competitors.
"JobDiva presented our judges with a variety of convincing arguments for their nomination and subsequent win as Cloud Computing Company of the Year," Cloud Awards organizer Larry Johnson said. "Without up-and-coming innovators like JobDiva, the Cloud would not continue to be the disruptive force that it is. We were particularly impressed by their powerful and holistic approach to recruitment."
Nominations for the "Cloud Company of the Year" were selected from all entrants in the competition's full slate of categories, with the final award going to JobDiva for demonstrating particular excellence in its end-to-end approach to Cloud services. Categories this year included Best Cloud Infrastructure, Data Innovation of the Year, "Best in Mobile" Cloud Solution, Most Promising Start-Up and Best Software-as-a-Service.
"To be named Cloud Company of the Year by these esteemed judges validates JobDiva as clearly the premier best-in-class, front-to-back-office staffing solution available on the market today," said Craig McGuire, Chief Communications Officer, JobDiva. "Fortunately, our many users who leverage JobDiva every day to dominate their competitors and satisfy their clients have known this all along."
This is the second major award win for JobDiva recently, coming off winning top honors in three categories in the prestigious Annual Mobile WebAwards Competition.
With more staffing organizations looking at web-based solutions with the capabilities of a JobDiva to stay competitive, Cloud computing will be increasingly essential moving forward for staffing, an industry of more than 17,000 firms that Staffing Industry Analysts projects will generate $137 billion in 2014.