Guys... iMocha has won the title of "Best PaaS Solution" (Organization Category) in the Microsoft Azure Challenge.
It feels great to emerge as a winner in Microsoft's search for "THE BEST IaaS AND PaaS SOLUTION BUILDER". As a PaaS Solution- Interview Mocha has helped customers reduce hassles, efforts and time in their recruitment process.
The Microsoft Azure Challenge gave us the opportunity to showcase the customer and technology momentum we have achieved in just two years. The winners were determined based on the quality of the description of the PaaS solution, the extent of innovation, and how our solution technically results in improved scale, performance, agility, manageability, cost-effectiveness etc.
Our recent achievements as being a runner up in Microsoft Bizspark challenge, and being selected in the Microsoft-Reliance Gen-Next accelerator program shows our team's constant commitment towards excellence.
This award is yet another proof of Interview Mocha's DNA to excel in what we do, and to win our customer's heart with the best Technology, Service and Support.
High praise for our technical team Sujit Karpe, Nilesh Pethani, Priya Ghorpade, Rachana Tapdiya, Roshan Nangre and Manjushree Supekar. Kudos for your dedication and team work. Let's keep up the good work and continue our spree of winning prizes, and our customer's heart.
PaaS: Platform as a Service, often simply referred to as PaaS, is a category of cloud computing that provides a platform and environment to allow developers to build applications and services over the internet. PaaS services are hosted in the cloud and accessed by users simply via their web browser.
IaaS: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is one of the three fundamental service models of cloud computing alongside Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). As with all cloud computing services it provides access to computing resource in a virtualised environment, “the Cloud”, across a public connection, usually the internet. In the case of IaaS, the computing resource provided specifically a virtualised hardware, in other words, computing infrastructure.