New Albany, OH, October 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Janova, an award-winning provider of web-based, automated software testing solutions, today announced it has been named to the Startup Open’s list of the 50 “Most Promising” startups. The company is competing with other elite startups from around the world, with winners to be announced Nov. 14, timed with the kick-off to Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2011. GEW is a global celebration of innovative and enterprising activity that was founded by the Kauffman Foundation.
Cloud-based SaaS (software as a service) provider Janova was among hundreds of applicants from more than 60 countries. The list of GEW 50 companies that have been deemed to have the greatest chance of growing into game-changing firms that will move markets and create jobs is available at startupopen.com/gew50for2011.
“These 50 companies represent the best and brightest of today’s entrepreneurs—and they hold the key to spurring economic revival and sustained growth,” said Carl Schramm, president and CEO of the Kauffman Foundation. “We hope that recognizing these promising startups will inspire other aspiring entrepreneurs to take chances and start new ventures.”
“Janova is honored to be recognized on Startup Open’s list of most promising companies,” said Jeff Lusenhop, founder and chief executive officer, Janova. “As Janova redefines automated software testing with its revolutionary cloud-based solution, being named to the GEW 50 further reinforces that we’re doing something that will change the face of our industry.”
Janova, located in New Albany, Ohio, is an award-winning provider of web-based, automated software testing solutions designed to streamline the often cumbersome task of software development and implementation. Janova’s solutions are based on years of experience consulting with companies who struggled to find an efficient way to test software. Leveraging the power of the cloud, Janova solutions are English-based and easy to implement, with no equipment investment and nothing to download. Janova requires no long-term commitment and offers free support with packages available to fit any size organization, from a single user up to the enterprise. View a demo or sign up for a free 15-day trial at www.janova.us.