Generali Global Assistance Ranked 76 in The Software Report’s Top 100 Software Companies
GGA also added a Golden Globee win for “Milestone of the year”
Generali Global Assistance (“GGA”) announced they were ranked in The Software Report Top 100 Software Companies list in the 76th spot. GGA joins the likes of Microsoft, Adobe, and Salesforce among the top software companies in the world. The Software Report ranking caps a busy early summer for GGA which also won a GOLD GLOBEE® Award from Golden Bridge Awards.
The annual Golden Bridge Awards program recognizes and honors the world’s best in a number of industries worldwide. This was GGA’s first Globee® win. They were recognized for the continued global expansion of their cybersecurity division – rolling out their offerings in 99 additional countries.
Chris Carnicelli, CEO of Generali Global Assistance, commented, “This Golden Globee is a recognition of the hard work our team has put in over the past year to expand our reach. As a company, we want to be a lifetime partner to our customers and we are going to be able to service them anywhere they go. We are grateful to Golden Bridge Awards for recognizing our efforts.”
GGA was one of only six cybersecurity firms listed in the Top 100 Software firms. GGA cracked the Top 100 firms this year being the identity theft protection engine behind many Fortune 500 companies. The Software Report has previously featured GGA as a part of their top 25 cybersecurity firms – placing ninth in 2020.
Paige Schaffer, CEO of Global Identity and Cyber Protection at Generali Global Assistance, added, “We are beyond thrilled to join the Software Report Top 100 list. This is a testament to our team and our partners – both of which have triumphed in the last year, despite the challenges that the pandemic presented. With new cyber threats consistently popping up, our team is working hard every day to protect our customers. This past year was a tough one for many, but the GGA team has risen to that challenge and I am very happy to see the efforts recognized.”