INSZoom Ranks In Global Cloud Top 500 Report for Cloud Application Vendors
Posted by: Kusum Paul | Date: July 25, 2016
Immigration software company listed as leading cloud application vendor by Apps Run the World
July 25, 2016 – San Ramon, CA – INSZoom, the world’s top immigration software company, ranks in this year’s Cloud Top 500 Report, a study run by Apps Run the World that analyzes the explosive growth of the world’s 500+ largest cloud applications vendors. INSZoom’s addition to this industry-defining report reflects its long-standing commitment to the immigration and global mobility technology arena and its status as the industry leader in immigration management software.
Each year Apps Run the World releases its Cloud Top 500 Report to give the technology industry a deeper understanding of the leaders in the enterprise applications market space. The rankings in the current study are based on 2011 – 2015 cloud subscription revenues of more than 3,000 enterprise application vendors in Apps Run the World’s proprietary database.
“INSZoom is dedicated to giving our clients – immigration and human resource professionals at law firms, companies and organizations – the technology they need to be more effective,” says Umesh Vaidyamath, founder and CEO of INSZoom. “We see our dedication to our clients reflected in our company’s growth and we’re honored to be included in this year’s Cloud Top 500 Report.”
INSZoom, founded in 1999 by Vaidyamath, has grown year after year to date – a testament to its commitment to innovate in the immigration technology space. The company has offices worldwide; its corporate headquarters are in San Ramon, California and offices in Bengaluru India. INSZoom’s immigration case management and compliance solutions are used by immigration law firms of all sizes – as well as leading multinational corporations, universities and non-profit organizations.
Apps Run the World is a top technology market research company focused on the applications space. The company uses a rigorous data-centric research methodology to understand who’s buying enterprise applications from whom and why. The company bases its insights on a database of more than 3,000 applications vendors and over 100,000 applications customers.