The Software Report announces The Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2021

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The Software Report is pleased to announce the Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2021.

The Software Report is pleased to announce the Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2021. This year's CEO awardees represent some of the largest, fastest-growing, as well as unique software companies that are driving the industry forward. From banking technology to IT automation to trucking software and robotic surgery, these CEOs demonstrate that with vision and strong leadership, cutting edge technology thrives and spreads rapidly across the global business economy. Moreover, these CEOs have showcased their skill in cultivating a sound work environment that promotes fairness, diversity, and inclusion.

As in years past, the 2021 awardees were selected based on thousands of nomination submissions from colleagues, peers, and other software industry participants. Each nominee was evaluated closely and particular attention was paid to the written commentary provided. While it was very challenging to assign a ranking since each CEO selected is deserving of the utmost recognition, we were able to weigh the quality and consistency in the nominations submitted on behalf of each candidate in parallel with the overall size and strength of the organization they lead. We then conducted additional research into the company’s recent milestones.

Please join us in recognizing The Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2021.

Max Chuard (Temenos), Shoaib Makani (KeepTruckin), Archie Black (SPS Commerce), Fred Voccola (Kaseya), Chaim Indig (Phreesia), Chris Cabrera (Xactly), Jonathan Cherki (Contentsquare), David F. Giannetto (WorkWave), Eric Friedrichsen (Emburse), Mark Gruzin (Frontline Education), Johnny Boufarhat (Hopin), Louis Têtu (Coveo), Harmeet Singh (RateGain), James Brown (Smart Communications), Naveen Gupta (Birdeye), Bernadette Nixon (Algolia), Gabe Rogol (Demandbase), Gary Kovacs (Accela), Neil Moses (Mi9 Retail), Adam Harris (CloudBeds), Andy Byrne (Clari), Frost Prioleau (, Alok Ajmera (Prophix), Umesh Sachdev (Uniphore), Laura Urquizu (Red Points), Vetri Vellore (, Diaz Nesamoney (Jivox), Dan McCall (Influitive), Chris Sullens (CentralReach), Marco Beicht (powercloud GmbH), Mario Vuksan (ReversingLabs), Salim Elkhou (Onna), Neil Carson (Yellowbrick), Nir Shalom (floLIVE), Eyal Feldman (Stampli), Patricia Horotan (BlueMatrix), Peter Messana (Searchspring), John Jahnke (, Sumit Aneja (Voxco), Ed Daihl (TrackVia), Edward Chiu (Catalyst), Jae Ahn (BizFlow Corp.), Dave Carruthers (Voxpopme), Chetan Venkatesh (Macrometa), Hemant Sikaria (Sibros), Eyal Benishti (IRONSCALES), Tom Coburn (Jebbit), Arthur Lozinski (Oomnitza), Gregory P. Taylor (Orion), and Todd Usen (Activ Surgical).

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