Green Cloud Named As One of the Best Places to Work

GREENVILLE, SC (June 29, 2017) – The Business Intelligence Group today announced that it has awarded Green Cloud Technologies (“Green Cloud”), a 100% channel only, Cisco-Powered cloud provider, as a Best Places to Work winner. The national awards program recognizes companies that are actively working to improve company’s performance by making their work environments fun and engaging.

“Every Green Cloud team member is fully vested in the company and that creates a tremendous sense of commitment and pride in everything we do,” said Keith Coker, founder and COO of Green Cloud. “This was a deliberate effort when I co-founded the company to make sure we created a healthy and sustainable work environment, and this award affirms our efforts.”

Researchers, including Gallup, have determined that employee satisfaction and engagement are key indicators for employee productivity and customer satisfaction, which ultimately results in improved profitability and growth. Nominations for the Best Places to Work award were submitted to the Business Intelligence Group in May, and employees rated the company on various measures of satisfaction in an online survey.

“Congratulations to Green Cloud for building an organization focused on employee satisfaction and performance,” said Maria Jimenez, chief nominations officer of the Business Intelligence Group. “It is clear through the employee surveys that this is a special company, one where executives and management focus on making work more than…just work!”

Green Cloud’s 65 employees provide over 500 channel partners with turn-key, cloud-based infrastructure solutions and world-class data center facilities built on industry-leading platforms such as Cisco, VMware, and Tintri.

Coker adds, “Our people are the primary differentiator between Green Cloud and other service providers. We hire smart, talented, driven people who are the reason we have become the largest independent channel-only cloud IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) provider in the country in just six years.”