We’re delighted to announce that Onna has been named a Silver winner in the Most Innovative Company of the Year – Medium category in this year’s 11th annual Best in Biz Awards, the only independent business awards program judged each year by prominent editors and reporters from top-tier publications in North America.
Despite cloud computing being on the rise long before the Covid-19 pandemic, the past 20 months have proved just how essential of a tool it is for companies looking to bridge the gap between dispersed teams and continuous collaboration. Cloud-based applications like Slack, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams have quickly flooded the workplace and while the proliferation of these apps boosts productivity, they also present a growing problem: large volumes of sequestered data, making information increasingly difficult (and time-consuming) to search, access, and manage.
We built Onna with this broader knowledge fragmentation issue in mind. Our platform centralizes scattered data in a single, self-service repository that allows users to enjoy all the benefits best-in-class solutions offer without compromising visibility and control over your data. With Onna, you can connect to today’s most popular collaboration applications, including Slack, Teams, Zoom, and more to discover the information you need more quickly and efficiently. Not only are users able to extract meaningful business insights and power better decision-making, but having access to critical information can help streamline eDiscovery, information governance, archiving, and more.
To be acknowledged by such a distinguished panel of industry experts and thought leaders is not only an honor, but reinforces our commitment to continue offering innovative solutions that contribute towards a future where the focus is on collaboration, openness, and innovations that benefit the end-user.
Check out the 2021 Best in Biz Awards winners here.