Today was a good day. After all, it’s not every day your company is publicly recognized for “enhancing the value proposition of its customers and partners”. I’ll admit, that phrase might sound a bit clinical, and the wording is not mine, but if you think about it, making our customers and partners successful is really what we are in business to do. Whether by keeping them protected against industrial cyberthreats, providing new operational visibility, or enabling new service offerings...when they win, we win. And achieving that goal requires all parts of the company working together.
So, I’m very happy to share with you that today, Frost & Sullivan, the global research and consulting firm with over fifty years of market experience, has awarded Claroty with its Entrepreneurial Company of the Year. The award recognizes industry best practices and was given, in part, for “enhancing the value proposition of customers and partners”.
One of the reasons I am particularly proud of this award is that it goes beyond recognition for our technology. Now, don’t get me wrong, as a former leader of software development teams, I appreciate a technology award as much as the next person, and the technology of the Claroty Platform is widely recognized as best-of-breed, but technology alone does not build a great company. Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that (and again, I’ll borrow their words) “has demonstrated excellence in devising a strong growth strategy and robustly implementing it. The recipient has shown strength in terms of innovation in products and technologies, leadership in customer value, as well as speed in response to market needs.”
I won’t go into the specifics on Frost & Sullivan’s evaluation of Claroty, they have written a very thorough report which you can read here. I will just say that we appreciate their recognition as a reflection of what we do across the company to help make our customers and partners successful.