WhosOff.com - the online staff leave planner used by more than 800 companies across the UK and around the world - has been shortlisted for the Small Online Business of Year Award at this year’s National Business Awards in partnership with Orange.
generates revenue via a subscription model and counts SMEs and some of
the biggest British and global brand names among its customers.
The winners of the awards will be revealed at the National Business
Awards gala dinner on 13th November 2012 in London, where WhosOff.com
will rub shoulders with companies from across the range of award
categories, including National Grid, Marks and Spencer and London Early
David Keene, Vice President Marketing, Salesforce, and a National
Business Awards judge, said WhosOff.com was shortlisted because it
submitted “a great user case study for a web app in a cloud computing
model, and the developer has an innovative eye for making the app
available on mobile devices.”
Philip Cross, co-founder of WhosOff.com, said, “We are really proud to
be a finalist in the National Business Awards 2012 in partnership with
Orange, and it’s a reflection of all the hard work by the WhosOff.com
team that we have got there.”
The National Business Awards has revealed that more than 150 of
Britain’s leading businesses and business leaders are finalists in its
Collectively, all finalists represent an annual turnover in excess of
£135 billion and employ more than 700,000 staff. The National Business
Awards supports Help for Heroes, a charity that offers support and
advice for wounded soldiers. More at nationalbusinessawards.co.uk
Founded in Canterbury, Kent, in 2006, WhosOff.com offers a free, two
month trial period of its full service, to enable users to fully
evaluate it. The app is currently used by more than 800 companies
globally - 600 in the UK alone. Users include small businesses of four
staff up to blue chip global companies with thousands of staff.
WhosOff is a registered trademark in the UK and US.