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Bahamas tech firm ranks among top 100

Bahamas-based Cloud Carib Ltd, a managed cloud services provider in the Caribbean region and Latin America, has announced that it ranks 42nd among the world’s Top 100 cloud services providers, according to Channel Futures' seventh-annual Talkin’ Cloud 100 report. 

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Friday, December 8, 2017
Friday, December 8, 2017

ALT TAG HERENASSAU, Bahamas, Dec. 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cloud Carib Ltd., a leading managed cloud services provider in the Caribbean and Latin American region, today announced it ranks 42nd among the world’s Top 100 cloud services providers (CSPs), according to Channel Futures’ seventh-annual Talkin’ Cloud (TC) 100 report.

Based on data from Channel Futures’ online survey, conducted between August to October 2017, the TC 100 list recognizes top cloud services providers (CSPs), including MSPs, hosting companies, cloud consultants and more. Rankings are based on annual cloud services revenue growth, and input from Channel Futures editors.

The full report is available now by visiting ChannelFutures.com.


“Cloud Carib is honored to rank 42nd among the world’s Top 100 cloud services providers, rising 50 spots from 2016,” said Scott MacKenzie, Chief Commercial Officer at Cloud Carib. “This recognition is a testament to our significant growth over the last year, and our commitment to empowering organisations with managed cloud solutions in the Caribbean and Latin American region.”

“On behalf of Channel Futures, I would like to congratulate Cloud Carib for its recognition as a Talkin’ Cloud 100 honoree,” said Nicole Henderson, a contributing editor at Channel Futures who oversees the TC 100 project. “The organizations on this year’s list demonstrate everything from technological prowess to thought leadership to business excellence across a number of functional disciplines. If you want to understand where the market is heading, watch these companies in 2018.”

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest address the Securities Commission industry briefing on the Investment Funds Bill, 2017, at the Melia Baha Mar resort 7 December. Download the address here.

Indications are that domestic economic activity stayed mildly positive during October, with the tourism sector showing signs of improvement, while construction sector output continued to be supported by foreign direct investment-related projects, according to the latest Monthly Economic and Financial Developments from The Central Bank of The Bahamas. Download the report here.

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