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John Snow Labs Named a Finalist in the 2018-19 Cloud Awards

For the Second Year in a Row, the Company Made the Shortlist Announced for “Most Innovative Use of Data in the Cloud” by the Global Cloud Computing Program

John Snow Labs has been declared a finalist in the 2018-2019 Cloud Awards Program in the category of Most Innovative Use of Data in the Cloud.

The cloud computing awards program celebrates success and innovation in the cloud computing industry. The awarding body accepts applications from organizations of any size worldwide, from start-ups to established multinationals.

Ida Lucente, Head of Marketing at John Snow Labs, said: “Being shortlisted for Most Innovative Use of Data in the Cloud for the 2018-19 Cloud Awards is a clear sign of our continued dedication to excellence and recognized innovation.”

“Over the past year, we have launched the world’s highest-quality reference data market for the healthcare and life science industries, delivered 28 new releases of the Spark NLP library including the first production-grade versions of several novel deep learning models, and enabled model serving at scale for some of the toughest security, privacy, and compliance environments. This recognition motivates us to continue making state of the art AI widely available to the industry.”

Cloud Awards organizer Larry Johnson said: “As we reach the end of 2018 and the Cloud becomes an increasingly common currency, with its key importance in leveraging business goals becoming synonymous with business software and services itself, we have seen submissions from countless vertical industries alongside cloud-specific infrastructure and security applications.

“In such a competitive global marketplace, the need to not only use these technologies but to continue to innovate has grown ever-stronger. This year, the judges have had a more difficult time than ever in deciding which entrants should move forward to the next stage, and every submission displayed unique points of merit. Each entrant was worthy of a place on the shortlist, so making this cut signifies considerable focus on innovation and success.”

Hundreds of organizations entered, with entries coming from across the globe, covering the Americas, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. You can view the full shortlist here:

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