SADA’s vision of computing power offered to consumers in much the same way as electricity, where subscribers pay for a service instead of maintaining their own hardware and software, gained a new public forum today. SADA is pleased to have its profile listed as a cloud innovator on the Wall Street Journal’s website. The SADA profile on the Wall Street Journal represents recognition of SADA’s place in the market as cloud solutions provider, and especially as a leading vendor for solutions that make use of Microsoft’s BPOS and Office 365 products.
Following is an excerpt from SADA’s profile on the Wall Street Journal’s Website:
“‘Our roots are traditional in nature,’ said Tony Safoian, CEO of SADA Systems. ‘SADA’s first project was a custom application and our company was formed around this customer. We were literally a bootstrap company from day one and that remains part of our core. We always have to be really efficient in terms of how we grow, invest, and how we operate.’
It was clear to Safoian at an early stage that the cloud was key to his company’s future. Although any change holds risks, SADA’s team envisioned the long-term potential and opted to seize the opportunity to stay on the forefront by enhancing its product offerings to clients. The bold move let the company stay true to its core of delivering best-of-breed technology solutions.”
To see SADA’s full profile on the Wall Street Journal’s website click the link provided below.