Point-of-Rental Software was one of nine finalists competing for the Cloud Innovator of the Year title in the Innovation World Cup Awards on July 8th. Held at the Google headquarters in New York, the Cloud Innovation World Cup identifies advancements in cloud computing with the goal of fostering cutting-edge solutions. Point-of-Rental CLOUD, a rental and inventory management software, was chosen as a finalist out of 312 software products from 59 countries, with AloTech from Turkey claiming the title. Based in Grand Prairie, Texas, Point-of-Rental offers a suite of software that caters to rental and inventory management needs.
Point-of-Rental CEO Wayne Harris was on hand to represent the company at the Google-sponsored event. “It’s always an honor to be recognized for our work,” Harris stated, “but when other innovators take notice, it’s particularly rewarding. Although we didn’t claim the title this year, we are proud of our team and the great product we have developed.”
Initiated by Navispace, the Innovation World Cup Series was first launched in 2009. The Cloud Innovation World Cup aims to foster cutting-edge solutions and applications for cloud computing. Since the first Cloud Innovation World Cup edition, hundreds of contestants from over 60 countries have submitted their innovative cloud-based solutions, making the Cloud Innovation World Cup one of the leading competitions in the field.