Cloudforce Ranks #3 Worldwide as a Clutch Global Leader in Development & IT Services!

by Leslie Bucher
by Leslie Bucher
December 28 News

It’s official! Worldwide B2B marketplace leader, Clutch, has named Cloudforce as 2022 Global Leader in Development & IT Services! This incredible honor recognizes Cloudforce’s commitment to deliver sound and distinguishing cloud solutions that help businesses operate smarter, safer, and better. It is also a tribute to the incredible Cloudforce culture to offer “tech with a human touch” by working deftly with every client and partner with excellence, passion, teamwork, and glee.  

For the past five years, Clutch has empowered better business decisions as the leading global marketplace of B2B service providers. More than 1 million business leaders start at Clutch each month to read in-depth client interviews and discover trusted agency partners to meet their business needs. This is Cloudforce’s first year as a member of the Clutch worldwide market-scape. Based on direct client reviews to date, Cloudforce has already achieved a 5-star rating on the platform, in advance of this recent, most validating recognition.  

Leslie Bucher
Author

Before joining Cloudforce as Content Specialist, Leslie worked in corporate and ad agency settings, and as owner of her own freelance writer/producer business. Throughout her career, she’s written spots and informercials for the likes of Isaac Hayes, Larry King, Brian McKnight, and Tom Bodett, to name a few. Her passion for inspiring, informing and entertaining also led to several fundraising and awareness video efforts for the Northern Virginia Urban League and Northern Virginia Family Services. As a proud Syracuse University graduate, she also served as Alumni President for the Washington metropolitan area, where she helped establish a scholarship program for area students attending S.U.

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