Cloudsoft named one of the top tech companies to work for in the UK

04/10/2021
Ross Gray, CEO of Cloudsoft

CLOUDSOFT, the innovative software and expert-led service provider, has been recognised 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 week.

Following an employee-focussed survey, the organisation was ranked 7th in the Small Organisations category, with every one of Cloudsoft’s employees highlighting the strong sense of trust, pride, camaraderie, wellbeing and inclusivity at the company: 100% of the team said they were proud to work for Cloudsoft. This is made more impressive due to the organisation more than doubling its headcount to 30 employees during the past 12 months.

Ross Gray, CEO of Cloudsoft, said: “It’s an honour to be recognised as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ in Tech. Despite all the challenges in the past year and a half, we’ve managed to maintain our energy, passion and curiosity despite the disparate way in which we have had to work, all whilst doubling our headcount and growing our revenues by more than 40% last year. This is testament to the strong team spirit we have built and the industry-leading work we do for clients every single day.”

Earlier this year, Cloudsoft announced strong performance in the first half of 2021, including high double-digit growth in revenue thanks to a number of strategic business wins across the financial services, security and aerospace, and technology sectors. These include wins for its Gartner recognised Digital Platform Conductor software tool, AMP, as well as its consulting services arm, Tempo, which supports clients on a faster journey through digital transformation and to optimise their cloud spend.

The business is still actively recruiting for a number of positions and candidates can view the current vacancies on Cloudsoft’s website: https://cloudsoft.io/company/careers#current-vacancies

The Latest Stories

InnoScot Health backs World Intellectual Property Day aim of ‘building common future’ through innovation 
UK astronaut Rosemary Coogan aims for the stars after graduation
BGF leads new investment round for Hyble, as martech company disrupts US market
IT company and social enterprise, The Apprentice Store, recognises increased social impact in the Highlands through annual Supporters Awards