CloudHesive is a “Florida Companies to Watch” Finalist

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Aug 27, 2018

CloudHesive is very proud to announce that we have been named as a “Florida Companies to Watch” finalist. We are honored to be given this recognition and to be included among some of the most innovative businesses in the state.

Florida Companies to Watch is an awards program created by the Edward Lowe Foundation to acknowledge second-stage companies that show exceptional performance in their market while utilizing unique processes and strategies. In association with the Edward Lowe Foundation, this award is presented by GrowFL, a program aimed at helping companies overcome economic challenges.

In order to be eligible for Florida Companies to Watch recognition, certain criteria had to be met. In addition to being privately held, a business had to “demonstrate an intent and capacity to grow” with a basis on factors including sales and employee growth, leadership, and a competitive advantage. Other elements were also considered, such as community support and corporate culture.

Florida Companies to Watch finalists together earned more than $500 million annually and employed over 2,700 full-time employees in 2017.

“We applaud these first-round finalists who have shown how they stand out in their regions as innovative business leaders, going to the next level to grow their companies,” said Dr. Tom O’Neal, the Executive Director of GrowFL. “They are true rock stars.”

About CloudHesive

CloudHesive was founded in 2013 with the goal of helping companies make the most of their cloud computing investment. We provide customized IT services designed to raise productivity, improve security, and reduce costs. We also offer guaranteed support whenever it is needed. To learn more, call 800-860-2040 or fill out our online contact form.

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