Tasktop recognized for “Advancing Technology & Innovation” in the BC Export Awards 2018

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Surrounded by an impressive collection of innovative BC businesses, yesterday the Tasktop team was proud to attend the Business in Vancouver BC Export Awards as a finalist within the ‘Advancing Technology & Innovation’ category.

The prestigious BC Export Awards recognizes and celebrates the innovative approaches and unique contributions of BC registered export companies, and the individuals who contribute to their success, across all sectors and from all regions of the province.

The last 12 months have been a very exciting time for Tasktop, with plenty to celebrate. Not only has the company seen a 95 percent subscription growth over the past year, with global staffing expanding by 23 percent, Tasktop has also seen a 25 percent increase in new customer brands. Almost 500 organizations across many different sectors became new customers the past year, and we are proud to be working with 43 of the Fortune 100.

According to Neelan Choksi, Tasktop President and COO, “Our Tasktop Integration Hub has taken the market by storm, proving invaluable to the industry in integrating the software delivery toolchain at scale, reducing integration setup by 75 percent and maintenance overhead by 90 percent, thanks to Tasktop’s innovative model-based integration. As a result, we’ve seen dramatic revenue increases and have subsequently invested further in products, employees and our customers.”

Tasktop also welcomed three major thought-leaders within the industry: Dominica Degrandis as Director of Digital Transformation; Carmen DeArdo as Senior Strategist to head up our Value Stream Management consulting practice; and Tim Beditz, Vice President of Operations.

In addition to this, in August 2018, the new Forrester New Wave™ report cited Tasktop as a strong performer in Value Stream Management, an achievement that was music to our ears, and further cemented the need for complete visibility into how work and value flows across the software delivery value stream.

Not to mention the launch of Tasktop’s CEO, Mik Kersten’s, new book Project to Product, which was released to the world this week. The book introduces a new new conceptual and concrete framework – the Flow Framework™ – to help organizations better manage, support and deliver software at scale to accelerate the success of their digital transformations.

Tasktop looks forward to the next 12 months, which includes the second annual Tasktop Connect, an event taking place in December 2018 that will bring together the entire community for an inspirational and thought-provoking two days.