VLE product management platform Craft.io recently won the Best Enterprise-level SaaS Product category of the 2022 International SaaS Awards as of Monday, September 12th.
According to SaaS Awards lead judge Annabelle Whittall, the Craft.io platform exceeded their expectations to earn the distinction. What impressed the panel the most about Craft.io was its Guru layer, a feature that gives working teams quick access to hundreds of best practice templates.
In doing so, Guru enables these teams to more effectively adopt product management methodologies into their respective ecosystems, bring new team members onboard, and properly align individual team members around their most common approaches.
Cloud Awards head of operations James Williams likewise remarked that Craft.io offers users a product that truly stands out in a highly competitive category.
That Craft.io won this award is proof of increasing awareness and understanding that enterprise-level digitalization calls for a paradigm shift from project management to product-specific management. This includes the use of the right set of tools in order to transition systems properly. Based on this Craft.io was a sure winner and the judges recognized that the technology it offers is truly an outstanding contribution to the SaaS industry as a whole.
For company CEO and cofounder Elad Simon, the award essentially validates Craft.io’s mission to assist product teams at the enterprise level to improve their abilities through regular use of their platform. It also cements the need for platforms and products like Craft.io for the very large enterprise sector, specifically when it comes to simplifying and streamlining product management processes. Through the platform, users are able to work faster and smarter when it comes to launching digital products or systems required by their own clients.
Several hundred organizations from the Americas, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East submitted entries for this year’s SaaS Awards which recognize innovation and both product and service excellence among software solutions. Its chief categories include Best Enterprise-level SaaS Product and Best UX or UI Design in a SaaS Product, among others. Finalists are carefully chosen by a judging panel made up of industry experts from across the globe based on stringent criteria.
First awarded in 2011, the SaaS Awards are a sister program to the Cloud Awards which are given to companies that have excelled in terms of cloud-centric technologies and solutions.