BELLEVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CloudMoyo is excited to announce that it has been selected among the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in Washington State for the 2nd year running, improving its rank from 13th in 2019 to 5th best company in 2020. The companies are ranked based on employee responses to a survey conducted by the Seattle Business Magazine.
CloudMoyo is focused on nurturing a culture that is rooted in its core values of Fairness, Openness, Respect, Teamwork, and Execution (FORTE), and is committed to ensuring the success of all relationships—with customers, partners, investors, and, especially, with all employees. During the recent tumultuous period of the coronavirus pandemic, CloudMoyo has proactively provided flexibility for employees to take care of the business by first taking care of themselves, their family, and their communities—a framework called the four rings of responsibilities (self, family, community and business). The CloudMoyo team arranged to provide care packages including masks and other accessories to help employees take care of self and arranged for the tools and infrastructure required to operate safely and efficiently from their homes. CloudMoyo employees were offered seven days paid leave to lend their voice to the cause of addressing racism in the community, by volunteering, supporting, giving, helping, or protesting. And to continue to foster teamwork and community within the business, CloudMoyo converted all employee activities to a virtual format, creating a series of daily activities to keep employees engaged and motivated.
“CloudMoyo has grown over 100% in the last two years. With over 400 employees, the focus on our core FORTE values continues to glue us all into a single family that takes care of each other and our extended families, our communities, and our business,” said CloudMoyo Co-Founder & CEO, Manish Kedia. “We are invested in our customers’ success and proud of our teamwork and flawless execution in delivering innovation and enterprise-grade, AI-infused digital transformation for our customers in the railroad and transportation industries, as well as manufacturing, architecture, engineering, construction, and professional services industries.”
To spur further innovation and drive enhanced value for our customer base, CloudMoyo is excited to announce that Vinod Anantharaman has joined the company as Vice President of Innovation. In his previous role, Vinod served as Director of Strategy and Business Management in Microsoft’s Cloud AI team, where he drove business priorities and established alliances with top global accounts as part of Microsoft’s AI advisory board. Vinod has advanced degrees in Computer Science from the University of Michigan and Indian Institute of Technology. Vinod, in his role as VP of Innovation, will play a critical role in helping CloudMoyo deliver leading-edge innovation at the intersection of cloud and AI.
CloudMoyo is the partner of choice for solutions at the intersection of cloud and AI. We help modern enterprises define their path to the cloud and leverage the power of data-driven insights. As a leading premier partner for Icertis, CloudMoyo brings together its domain expertise in implementing Icertis Contract Intelligence solutions and Azure cloud and analytics expertise as a Microsoft Gold Partner to help transform complex data landscape and deliver actionable insights for our customers. We help achieve insight, innovation, and impact through big data, machine learning, and predictive analytics. Our transportation solutions for the railroad industry have been acknowledged as the industry transforming innovation that is spurring rapid digital transformation and differentiation for our customers.
Headquartered in Bellevue, WA, with an innovation center in Pune, India, and sales offices in Jacksonville and Kansas City, CloudMoyo is poised to help intelligent enterprises build innovative solutions and help them stay ahead in the disruption cycle. Our proven track record includes developing enterprise solutions for Fortune 1000 companies such as Microsoft and Kansas City Southern in the railroad industry.