WorthPoint Named to AlwaysOn OnCloud’s annual 50 Companies to Watch List

The WorthPoint Corp.—which offers the largest database of art, antiques and collectibles values on the Internet—was named to the sixth annual AlwaysOn OnCloud 50 Companies to Watch (formerly OnDemand 50 Companies to Watch) list, it was announced Feb. 12,. 2015.

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AlwaysOn’s 50 Companies to Watch list companies are different from the more established OnCloud Top 100 companies in that they are generally earlier-stage, still emerging as top contenders, and just beginning to be reckoned within the cloud market. With creative ways in approaching the highly competitive sector, the OnCloud 50 Companies to Watch leverage their technologies and apply fresh, strategic thinking in building robust and sustainable businesses.

In essence, these 50 private companies are “taking the initiative to bring the world’s businesses and enterprises into the cloud,” according to AlwaysOn.

“We are flattered and grateful to be among the 50 innovative companies recognized the OnCloud 50 Companies to Watch,” said Will Seippel, CEO and founder of WorthPoint. “We plan on continuing our growth by using the cloud-based software space as we strive to deliver the most effective and diverse website for helping our customers discover the value of their art, antiques and collectibles.

WorthPoint and the other 49 companies were selected based on a set of five criteria: innovation, market potential, commercialization, stakeholder value and media buzz. The companies making the list were selected by a panel of investors, bankers, journalists and industry experts.

Vital Role of the Cloud Sector
The year’s OnCloud 50 Companies to Watch list represents a sophisticated ecosystem that is finding ways to deal with market segmentation, big data warehousing, virtualized networks, cyber-security and myriad infrastructure-related issues. At the same time, data continues to find itself front and center, as software becomes ever more sophisticated and nimble, dealing with everything from specialized industries to global spanning businesses.

The technologies being developed to cope with big data now focus on platforms that makes use of flexible, agile open-source code paradigms. NoSQL-type database architectures have proven to ensure greater reliability and scalability for unstructured data, and are being deployed for mission-critical mobile and web applications. On the other spectrum, big data analytics and intelligence platforms are empowering executive managers to make informed, data-driven decisions, and as a result, reducing costs and optimizing efficiency. Finding the hidden nuggets of value inside these vast data oceans has become the mission for many cloud technologies.

Software-defined network virtualization is making its way to break the bonds of antiquated hardware and software services. Businesses from the enterprise to the smallest stand-alone want, above all, products that are agile and can scale as the business grows. Instead of endless cycles of upgrade and hardware replacement, business users want products that grow as they do.

The complete list of the OnCloud 50 Companies to Watch includes:

ADARA Networks
www.adaranetworks.com
Mountain View, Calif.

AlphaSoftware
www.alphasoftware.com
Burlington, Pa.

Apprenda
www.apprenda.com
Troy, N.Y.

Autopilot
autopilothq.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Biba
www.biba.com
San Francisco, Calif.

BitPay
www.bitpay.com
Atlanta, Ga.

Bloomfire
www.bloomfire.com
Austin, Texas

Blue Jean Network
www.bluejeans.com
Mountain View, Calif.

C9
c9.io
San Mateo, Calif.

Chartio
www.chartio.com
San Francisco, Calif.

CircleCI
www.circleci.com
San Francisco, Calif.

ClearSky Data
www.clearsky-data.com
Boston, Mass.

Close.io
close.io
Mountain View, Calif.

Cloudwords
www.cloudwords.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Conspire
www.conspire.com
Boulder, Colo.

CoreOS
www.coreos.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Cybereason
www.cybereason.com
Cambridge, Mass.

Datafox
www.datafox.co
Mountain View, Calif.

DataRPM
www.datarpm.com
Fairfax, Va.

Euclid
www.euclidanalytics.com
Palo Alto, Calif.

Expensify
www.expensify.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Findasense
en.findasense.com
Madrid, Spain

GlassBeam
www.glassbeam.com
Santa Clara, Calif.

Interana
www.interana.com
Menlo Park, Calif.

NuoDB
www.nuodb.com
Cambridge, Mass.

Piston Cloud Computing
www.pistoncloud.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Placemeter
www.placemeter.com
New York, N.Y.

Qumulo
www.qumulo.com
Seattle, Wash.

Radius Intelligence
www.radius.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Refresh.io
www.refresh.io
Mountain View, Calif.

Retail Solutions
www.retailsolutions.com
Mountain View, Calif.

Robin Systems
www.robinsystems.com
Milpitas Calif.

Samanage
www.samanage.com
Cary, N.C.

SkyGiraffe
www.skygiraffe.com
Menlo Park, Calif.

StratoScale
www.stratoscale.com
Herzliya, Israel

Tanium
www.tanium.com
Berkeley, Calif.

Tesora
www.tesora.com
Cambridge, Mass.

UberConference
www.uberconference.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Ulterius Technology
www.ulteriustech.com
Wichita, Kan.

UniKey
www.unikey.com
Winter Park, Fla.

URX
www.urx.com
San Francisco, Calif.

Velocify
www.velocify.com
El Segundo, Calif.

VMTurbo
www.vmturbo.com

Burlington, Mass.

VoiceBase
www.voicebase.com
San Francisco, Calif.

WhoKnows
corp.whoknows.com
Mountain View, Calif.

WorkFusion
www.workfusion.com
New York, N.Y.

WorthPoint
www.worthpoint.com
Atlanta, Ga.

x.ai
x.ai
New York, N.Y.

Zapier
zapier.com
Mountain View, CA

ZScaler
www.zscaler.com
San Jose, CA


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