Cloudonix Named One of CIO Reviews Top 50 Tech Startups for 2020


December 2020 (New York) Cloudonix, is pleased to announce having been named one of CIO Review’s Top 50 Most Promising Tech Startups for 2020. CIO Review is a magazine that covers the technology industry, including industry trends, software and services, and IT. The magazine, founded in 1987, is now completely digital. The magazine is at the leading edge of technology and is redefining “the business goals of enterprises tomorrow.”

As mentioned in the article “Cloudonix was born out of necessity,” says Nir Simionovich, the Founder and CEO of Cloudonix.



Expanding on that, “we were able to look at the real-world requirements and start building a solution to match the need rather than building a solution and then looking for a need which is a mistake a lot of startups have unfortunately made,” says Eric Klein, the Co-Founder and COO of Cloudonix.

To find the article announcing Cloudonix as one of CIO Review’s Top 50, check it out at:

About Cloudonix®
Cloudonix’s  smart voice calls enable frictionless experiences that drive better customer care and faster sales by merging voice and data into a complete service context. Cloudonix add Cloud capabilities to your existing on premise Call Center enabling your agents to work from anywhere in the world. Security, Privacy and more – rapidly deployed and cost effective without replacing your existing systems or retraining your team.

Cloudonix delivers maximum communication anywhere, anytime – even in areas with low connectivity. Cloudonix is HIPAA, FCA, and GDPR compliant; and is ISO certified; with a proven track record that spans 10 years and over 10 million users across the globe. More information is available at

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