CLOUDSOFT, an Edinburgh-based innovative software and expert-led service provider, has been recognised as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces 2022 by the prestigious Great Place To Work® UK.
Ranked the highest out of any Scottish headquartered business in the small business category (placing 22nd out of 80), Cloudsoft was praised for its strong focus on inclusion, quality and growth. In its employee focussed survey, every single one of its employees highlighted the strong sense of trust, pride, camaraderie, inclusivity, and wellbeing at the company, regardless of their gender.
In addition, the company’s emphasis on continual learning, personal development and knowledge sharing across the business was another factor behind its high ranking with employees.
Ross Gray, CEO of Cloudsoft, said: “It’s a testament to the strong culture and values we share as a company that we were able to build on last year’s top 10 in tech ranking and make it onto the national list. Our culture is underpinned by our ethos: We take pride; we wow our customers; we give kudos; we do it right; we do it together. I’ve never been prouder to lead this extremely talented bunch of individuals, all working together to use technology to help our clients solve real world problems.”
The business is continuing to grow and it has recently appointed Tim Shirley as vice president of software sales and Lauren Mugridge, business development executive, with a focus on driving growth across its innovative digital platform conductor (DPC) tool, Cloudsoft AMP, which helps large enterprises tame complexity by resiliently orchestrating workloads across increasingly complex hybrid IT estates.
The announcement follows the company being named as a top 10 employer in the 2021 UK’s Best Workplaces™ in Tech list, which was announced by Great Place to Work® UK last year.
The business is still actively recruiting for several positions and candidates can view the current vacancies on Cloudsoft’s website: https://cloudsoft.io/company/careers#current-vacancies