Green Cloud, a cloud technology solutions provider, has been awarded a “Top Workplaces 2020” honor in South Carolina for four years in a row. “Top Workplaces” is an annual survey conducted by Energage, a leading provider of technology-based employee engagement tools. The anonymous employee survey measures 15 drivers of engaged cultures that are critical to the success of any organization including alignment, execution and connection.
“In times of great change, it is more important than ever to maintain a connection among employees,” said Eric Rubino, Energage CEO. “When you give your employees a voice, you come together to navigate challenges and shape your path forward based on real-time insights into what works best for your organization. The Top Workplaces program can be that positive outcome your company can rally around in the coming months to celebrate leadership and the importance of maintaining an employee-focused culture, even during challenging times.”
Every Green Cloud team member is fully vested in the company, and 60 dedicated employees are committed to ensuring Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Value-Added Resellers (VARs) transition their customers to the cloud with turn-key, cloud-based infrastructure solutions. Green Cloud, one of the largest independent channel-only cloud IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) providers in the country, also offers backup and disaster recovery solutions, managed security services, as well as DaaS (Desktop- as-a-Service) to give partners complete business solutions to serve large and small businesses.
“Even though 2020 has thrown us all a curveball, Green Cloud’s people are the power behind our accomplishments and success, and we are grateful for this important recognition by Energage,” said Keith Coker, founder and CEO of Green Cloud. “Our talented employees are relentless in serving and supporting our partners as they adjust to how the global pandemic is impacting their business customers who need remote work solutions as more people work from home than ever before.”