BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Social Solutions Global (SSG), the leading provider of outcomes management software for human and social services, has been named a Finalist for the 2015 Stratus Award for Cloud Computing. Operated by the Business Intelligence Group, this awards program recognizes companies that have taken an innovative approach to accelerate the adoption of cloud-based computing in consumer and business markets.
The Business Intelligence Group hosts these awards annually to recognize the talent and superior performance displayed by high-performing technology organizations around the country. Each organization is scored across multiple business domains by a panel of outside volunteer judges who have experience and knowledge in the field.
Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) software was nominated for the Software as a Service of the Year category. Qualified because of its ability to provide client-level data, ETO allows frontline staff to adjust their approach as needed to help each participant move forward. It also helps managers aggregate data across staff, locations, and programs, ensuring program implementation with fidelity to a best-practice model. ETO provides organization leaders the ability to gain insight to support strategic decision-making, ensure that programs or agencies collaborate effectively, and drive progress toward agency or community level goals.
“Social Solutions is proud be honored as a 2015 Stratus Award for Cloud Computing Finalist,” said Social Solutions CEO Scott Johnson. “This award demonstrates that Social Solutions is taking the necessary steps to become an enterprise-class software company. The addition of Apricot software will provide our audience with even more options when selecting a cloud-based software solutions.”
Social Solutions Global, the creator of Efforts to Outcomes (ETO®) software, is the leading provider of outcomes management software for human services. ETO equips organizations to transform the lives of children, adults, and families by making data useful to staff at all levels, from on-the-ground workers to executive leadership.