Andrew McLeod, CEO and Co-founder of Victoria’s Certn, has been recognized as the “Remote Tech Breakthrough CEO of the Year”.
With the increased importance of remote technology in business evolution and innovation, the award acknowledges McLeod’s efforts to lead the evolution of modern work and navigate towards successful remote operations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that helps bold thinkers share their informed ideas and groundbreaking innovation with audiences that matter, established the yearly Remote Tech Breakthrough awards to recognize the world’s best technology companies, products and services that empower remote work around the globe.
Joining Certn on this year’s list of winners are Vancouver’s Jostle and Procurify.
Jostle helps leaders build connected organizations so that everyone at work can unite and grow together through their turnkey employee intranet and online knowledge communities.
Procurify is the leading procurement and purchasing software that lets teams track, control, and analyze all business spending so they can scale faster.
For its 2021 awards, it received over 1,600 applications from remote tech businesses globally. Winners from other categories of the awards include Canva, Dialpad, Lever, Monday.com, Zapier and an impressive list of top companies and startups in the RemoteTech industry.
“I am very delighted to be recognized as the CEO of the year. It’s been phenomenal to see Certn grow, and I’m grateful for all of our amazing Certonians collaborating on solutions that build trust in people. We live by our trust mission daily, as trust is such a fundamental part of successful businesses today,” said McLeod.
“We are glad to be a part of the tech revolution that facilitates trust in the global workplace. The world of work has shifted and business owners need to get on board to stay afloat in the current economy.”