CleanCloud shortlisted for Best SaaS Product for Small Business

CleanCloud, one of the UK’s fastest growing SaaS companies has made the seven-strong shortlist for a global award recognising those who lead the way in supporting small businesses.

CleanCloud, the world’s leading cloud – based point-of-sale software solution for dry cleaners, was nominated in the Best SaaS Product for Small Business category for The SaaS Awards 2019, when the shortlist was revealed recently.

The London-based company, founded in 2014 by serial entrepreneurs John Buni and David Griffith-Jones, provides dry cleaners with the digital infrastructure needed to streamline their processes, to more effectively manage their sales, and ultimately to better service their customers.

Its users are predominantly small, independent and family-run businesses. The tools and online reach provided by CleanCloud allow smaller operators to compete with the industry giants, including well-funded on-demand disruptors with significant marketing budgets and, often, highly developed infrastructure.

The SaaS Awards programme is now in its fourth year of celebrating organisational successes and the software innovations that fuel them. Entries were submitted by over 400 companies worldwide.

John Buni, co-founder and CEO of CleanCloud, said: “We started the company five years ago following a poor customer experience which made me consider how tech might be able to help SMEs struggling to keep pace with the giants of the industry. Today we have several thousand users in more than 70 countries, which is testament to the need for a service like ours.

“Above all, we’re proud to have been recognised for making a difference to small businesses, many of which serve as the beating heart of their communities.”

John Buni, co-founder and CEO of CleanCloud

SaaS Awards and Cloud Awards organiser Larry Johnson said: “The standard of entries this year was incredibly high, with consistent attention to innovation and most importantly, customer success. The volume of entries warranting consideration of a place on the coveted shortlist was unprecedented.”

CleanCloud, one of the UK’s fastest growing SaaS companies has made the seven-strong shortlist for a global award recognising those who lead the way in supporting small businesses.

CleanCloud, the world’s leading cloud – based point-of-sale software solution for dry cleaners, was nominated in the Best SaaS Product for Small Business category for The SaaS Awards 2019, when the shortlist was revealed recently.

The London-based company, founded in 2014 by serial entrepreneurs John Buni and David Griffith-Jones, provides dry cleaners with the digital infrastructure needed to streamline their processes, to more effectively manage their sales, and ultimately to better service their customers.

Its users are predominantly small, independent and family-run businesses. The tools and online reach provided by CleanCloud allow smaller operators to compete with the industry giants, including well-funded on-demand disruptors with significant marketing budgets and, often, highly developed infrastructure.

The SaaS Awards programme is now in its fourth year of celebrating organisational successes and the software innovations that fuel them. Entries were submitted by over 400 companies worldwide.

John Buni, co-founder and CEO of CleanCloud, said: “We started the company five years ago following a poor customer experience which made me consider how tech might be able to help SMEs struggling to keep pace with the giants of the industry. Today we have several thousand users in more than 70 countries, which is testament to the need for a service like ours.

“Above all, we’re proud to have been recognised for making a difference to small businesses, many of which serve as the beating heart of their communities.”

John Buni, co-founder and CEO of CleanCloud

SaaS Awards and Cloud Awards organiser Larry Johnson said: “The standard of entries this year was incredibly high, with consistent attention to innovation and most importantly, customer success. The volume of entries warranting consideration of a place on the coveted shortlist was unprecedented.”

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