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Cloud Awards and SaaS Awards Seek ‘Thought-Leaders’ for Judging Panels

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The Cloud Awards and SaaS Awards, two of the most influential international platforms for technology businesses to gain recognition for their services, are now looking for additional members across their global judging panels.

Requirements for prospective judges include extensive experience in technology, cloud computing, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), or security.

Cloud & SaaS Awards Head of Operations James Williams said: “As part of our continued growth, we are excited to expand our jury panel, seeking candidates that bring with them a skillset that can demonstrate valuable thinking and expertise within their industry.

“Judging the very brightest and best in a worldwide portfolio of fast-moving, highly competitive and innovative industry leaders is no small feat.

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“The judges we are looking for must have the shrewd industry acumen to diligently assess our candidates, alongside their products or services.

“Prospective judges should align with the level of expertise we currently hold, bringing further technical and software experience to the panels of both our SaaS Awards and Cloud Awards programs.

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“The chosen judges will be in charge of vetting the best candidates within the SaaS and Cloud Computing industry, across a variety of verticals at the Cloud and SaaS Awards. This aligns with its mission to present business leaders with specialized consideration on the quality of their offerings, through their awards applications.

“In return, members of the jury panel get to be a part of something truly exciting, as well as cement what should be an already enviable reputation as a thought-leader.”

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