Workiva named 2021 SaaS Awards winner by International Software Awards Program

September 1, 2021

September 1, 2021


The SaaS Awards, sister program to the Cloud Awards, which aim to celebrate excellence and innovation in the scope of cloud-based, solutions as a service (SaaS), have announced their 2021 award winners.


Thousands of leading SaaS organizations from around the world submitted applications in multiple categories, including Best Enterprise-Level SaaS Product, Best SaaS for Web or App Development and Best Security Innovation in a SaaS Product. New categories include Best SaaS for Health & Safety or Risk Management and Best SaaS for Energy & Utilities.


James Williams, head of operations for the SaaS Awards writes: “So far, 2021 has been a year of transformative growth for successful organizations, with disruptive change across most areas of business. In all, the judges had an incredibly tough time picking final winners. Congratulations are due for every organization that made the shortlist, but we reserve the utmost respect for all our category winners, whose successes were clear and hard-won.” 


Workiva Inc. (NYSE:WK), the company that simplifies complex work, won the 2021 SaaS Award for Management Accounting and Budgeting. Workiva was also placed on the short list for Business Accounting and Finance.


The Workiva platform is open, intelligent and intuitive, and allows organizations around the world to improve how they connect data and teams and streamline processes. The Workiva platform is built with a microservices architecture that enables rapid development and deployment of new solutions, rich APIs and platform features and functionality. Workiva developers can quickly build and deliver new fit-for-purpose solutions that solve specific business problems and play a broad role in customers' digital transformation initiatives.


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