Red Sift Shortlisted in The SaaS Cloud Awards 2023 for the Second Consecutive Year

Red Sift has been shortlisted in the 2023 SaaS Awards program in the category “Best Security Innovation in a SaaS Product (B2B SMB)” for the second consecutive year. 

Now in its 8th year, The SaaS Awards continue to celebrate the ultimate SaaS innovations across the globe. Entries were received from North America, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Australasia.  

We are thrilled to have been shortlisted for the Best Security Innovation in a SaaS Product category of The SaaS Awards,” said Rahul Powar, CEO of Red Sift. “Being recognized by The SaaS Awards highlights our commitment to innovation, and we are honored to be named alongside many leading organizations at this stage.”

The program’s categories for 2023 include ‘Bespoke SaaS Solution,’ ‘Best SaaS Product for Business Intelligence or Analytics,’ and ‘Most Agile or Responsive SaaS Solution of the Year,’ among others, covering a broad gamut of industries with innovative SaaS solutions.

James Williams, Head of Operations at The SaaS Awards, said: “Year after year, we are thrilled by the intensity of the competition and innovation showcased in each entry. The quality of this year’s submissions indicates a thrilling competition ahead in the next stages of the program. Identifying which of these exceptional SaaS solutions comes out absolutely on top will not be easy.

The organizations announced today as shortlistees, including Red Sift, embody the remarkable quality and level of innovation achieved this year. Our esteemed panel of judges is delighted to recognize such world-beating SaaS innovators.

The SaaS Awards finalists will be announced on Tuesday 16 August 2023, with the final winners revealed on 13 September 2023.

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Stefanie Maragna

7 Jul. 2023

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