BENTONVILLE, Ark. – RevUnit, a Bentonville-based technology company, has been named Solutions Partner of the Year by Box, the leading cloud content management platform.
RevUnit is a product development studio determined to make work life better for employees of some of the world’s largest corporations. RevUnit creates workplace transformation and enablement tools for Fortune 1000 clients. In work for some of its leading enterprise clients, RevUnit has utilized Box’s platform to deliver valuable results that empower employees to work better.
“It was an easy choice to incorporate Box’s leading cloud content management solution into effective products for our clients at RevUnit,” said RevUnit CEO Joe Saumweber. “We knew that working with Box was the best way for hundreds of thousands of employees to work smarter and #WorkBetter. We appreciate the award and the designation as Solutions Partner of the Year.”
“The Box cloud content management platform has paired nicely with the custom technology solutions that RevUnit develops for their clients,” said Jeetu Patel, Chief Product Officer at Box. “RevUnit’s alignment to our mission and excellence in execution are why we’ve selected them as Box Solutions Partner of the Year.”
RevUnit received the Solutions Partner of the Year award at the BoxWorks 2017 conference, where Box additionally rolled out a number of new offerings. RevUnit CTO, Michael Paladino, was particularly excited about Box Skills, a framework for bringing machine learning to content stored in Box. “At RevUnit, we’re following an AI-first approach using cognitive computing, machine learning, and related technologies to help companies #WorkBetter. Seeing Box pursuing similar efforts through Box Skills and the developer platform, Box Skills Kit, continues to drive home the value that the Box and RevUnit partnership can bring to our clients.”
RevUnit, with headquarters in Bentonville and an office in Las Vegas, is one of America’s fastest-growing companies. Its revenue has grown more than 775 percent over the past three years.
Box manages content in the cloud for more than 41 million users and 74,000 businesses, including nearly 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies.