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Sisense Named to First-Ever Forbes 2016 World’s Best 100 Cloud Companies List

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forby Angela Guess

A recent release out of the company states, “Sisense, the business intelligence market disrupter for simplifying business analytics for complex data, today was named to the first-ever Forbes 2016 Cloud 100, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, developed in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners. To view the list, please visit www.forbes.com/cloud100… ‘We’re thrilled to be included in the inaugural Forbes 2016 Cloud 100 list as one of the most promising and fast-growing companies of today,’ said Amir Orad, CEO of Sisense. ‘The industry overall, and analytics as part of it, is shifting to the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, which provides great value and cost efficiency to customers. Sisense is proud to be with the leaders of this movement with a very high customer satisfaction and over a 100% renewal rate. We believe that this recognition from Forbes further proves our strides in this area, simplifying business insights from complex data, provided in the form of software as a service’.”

The release adds, “This recognition from Forbes builds on several recent awards wins and recognitions for the company in the past several months, including: 50 Highest Rated Private Cloud Computing Companies to Work for list from Glassdoor and Battery Ventures; 2016 Frost & Sullivan Customer Service Excellence Recognition; 2016 Industry Excellence Award Recipients from Dresner; CRN 2016 Big Data 100: 50 Coolest Business Analytics Vendors; 2015 Total Cost of Ownership (TCOO) Supplier Award from Celestica – Best IT Partner; and ‘Perfect Recommend’ in Dresner’s 2016 Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study.”

Read more at BusinessWire.

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