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London, UK and Boston, USA—6 December 2022—Synthace has been shortlisted in the 2022-2023 Cloud Awards program in the category Cloud Disruptor of the Year.
Now in its 12th year of celebrating cloud-based innovations across a wide range of industries, the Cloud Awards program accepts entries worldwide, including the US, Canada, Australasia, EMEA, and the UK.
Categories for 2022-2023 include “Best Software as a Service,” “B2B Customer Strategy,” and “Disruptor of the Year,” alongside the new category “Best Use of the Cloud in a Multicloud Environment.”
Head of Operations for the Cloud Awards, James Williams, said: “Cloud computing is now an essential tool helping businesses reach benchmark results. Yet we continued to see a remarkable number of further innovations this year.
“This year's shortlist includes companies from a wide spectrum of industries, including security, communications, and personal healthcare, all of which impressed us with excellent cloud-based products and solutions.
“The shortlisted applicants released today have made it through a fiercely competitive initial round. They exemplify truly inventive thinking, whether they are newly-funded disruptors or well-known thought leaders.
“Our judges were pleasantly surprised by the number of innovative ideas for the business environment across all industry sectors.”
Synthace CEO Guy Levy-Yurista, PhD, said: “Today’s news that we have been shortlisted by the Cloud Awards is a true honor for us all. The life science industry is still going through the important process of digital transformation, and we are proud to be recognized as a vital part of that within the R&D space. This is something we couldn’t do without a foundation of cloud computing, which is why this recognition is so important. We are thrilled to be included with the other nominees.”
Cloud Awards finalists will be announced on Tuesday 17 January 2023, with the final winners announced on 7 February 2023.
The program will return in the Winter of 2023. Hundreds of organizations entered the 2022-2023 Cloud Awards program, with international entries coming from North America, Canada, Australia, the UK, Europe, and the Middle East. Click here to view the full shortlist.
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James Williams – head of operations
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About the Cloud Awards
The Cloud Awards is an international program that has been recognizing and honoring industry leaders, innovators, and organizational transformation in cloud computing since 2011. The awards are open to large, small, established, and start-up organizations from across the entire globe, with an aim to find and celebrate the pioneers who will shape the future of the Cloud as we move into 2023 and beyond. Categories include the Software as a Service award, Most Promising Start-Up, and “Best in Mobile” Cloud Solution.
Winners are selected by a judging panel of international industry experts. For more information about the Cloud Awards and SaaS Awards, please visit https://www.cloud-awards.com/.
Synthace is a digital experiment platform built for life science R&D teams to help them run more powerful experiments. It digitizes experiments from end to end: with minimal training, scientists can design and plan reproducible experiments, simulate them ahead of time, run them on their automation equipment, and automatically structure all of their experimental data and metadata in a single place. Controlled from a browser window and needing no code to operate, it makes experiments easier to run in the lab, increases the scientific value of experiments, and also makes it possible to run experiments that were previously thought impossible.
Already deployed in 8 of the top 12 life science companies around the world, the Synthace platform fundamentally transforms and improves the relationship between what a scientist can imagine and what they can actually do in their lab. This means that instead of spending hours switching between many different and disconnected digital and manual tools, they can make progress in a single platform built for scientific progress. Instead of getting bogged down in logistical details, our customers spend more time focused on answering the big questions, the questions that will solve humanity’s most pressing problems.
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Director of Brand and Communications at Synthace