International Software Program Announces Finalists
TapClicks is a finalist in the 2018 Software-as-a-Service Awards Program in three categories: Best SaaS Product for Business Intelligence or Analytics, Best UX/UI/Design in a SaaS Product, and Best SaaS Product for Sales / Marketing.
With awards for excellence and innovation in SaaS, the Software-as-a-Service Awards Program accepts entries worldwide, including the US, Canada, Australasia, UK, and EMEA. The SaaS Awards program is now in its third year of recognizing and celebrating innovation in software.
“We owe our great success to our innovation teams, customers, and partners” Said Babak Hedayati, “We are honored to have won the MITX Award, the Local Visionary Award from StreetFight, INC 500 Fastest Growing Companies Award and now the three finalist placement in Best SaaS Product for Business Intelligence or Analytics, Best UX/UI/Design Product, and Best Product for Sales / Marketing categories in 2018 Software-as-a-Service Awards Program”
SaaS Awards and Cloud Awards organizer Larry Johnson said:
“In our third year promoting SaaS exclusively alongside its sister awards program, the long-running Cloud Awards, we have seen a huge variety of submissions from the US joining those from Canada, Europe, Australia and the East – from organizations whose turnovers rank the highest in the world, to innovative not-for-profits seeking to provide essential productivity tools to their users.
“All entrants demonstrated considerable commitment to innovation in software solutions, and to make the shortlist itself is a huge achievement. With such a concentrated level of success in the shortlist, our judges have a significant task ahead of them to arrive at our final award winners.”
Final SaaS Awards winners will be announced on Tuesday 28 August 2018, and the program will return in Spring 2019. Over 300 organizations entered, with international entries coming from North America, Canada, Australia, UK, Europe and the Middle East.
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