CloudHealth Technologies Rated One of the Hottest Companies in Boston

CloudHealth Technologies has been included in the BostInno 50 on Fire list – A list of the 50 hottest companies in Boston – and was named the winner in the Technology category.

The BostInno 50 on Fire list recognizes the top companies, organizations, and people based in Boston or doing business within or around Boston’s innovation economy. To be included in the list, companies and individuals must have achieved significant growth throughout the year, be major innovators, and have made contributions to the Boston community.

CloudHealth Technologies was included in the list and named winner in the technology category based on its revenue growth in 2017, its level of innovation, and its contributions to the local community.

2017 has been an impressive year for the cloud service management company. CloudHealth Technologies was launched in 2012 and is already the world leader in cloud service management. Since its formation the company has gone from strength to strength, with 2017 seeing the firm raise an impressive $46 million in series D funding. The growth of the company has helped the local economy, and in 2017 the company rolled out its plan to expand its corporate HQ in the Boston Financial District.

CloudHealth Technologies also appointed a new CEO in 2017 – Tom Axbey – and has made several key enhancements to its cloud management platform and MSP program.

That cloud management platform has proven extremely popular with businesses, providing total visibility into their cloud environments and helping them avoid ‘cloud chaos’ in hybrid cloud environments. The platform allows businesses to optimize cloud usage, cut out on unnecessary waste, and gain valuable insight into cloud usage to help with capacity planning, allowing them to optimize and automate cloud resources and get a better ROI from the cloud.

“Bostinno has their finger on the pulse of the Boston tech scene, and being included [in the BostInno 50 on Fire list] shows that CloudHealth Technologies is making an impact not only in our market but in our home base, as well,” said Tom Axbey, President and CEO of CloudHealth Technologies. “Our company has a great business opportunity in cloud service management, providing customers with a platform to get the most out of their cloud resources. This has triggered a major expansion for us, both internationally and in the city of Boston, where we are looking forward to growing our business for many years to come.”

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of NetSec.news