Applied Systems on the Most Awarded Companies List in the 2022 Best in Biz Awards®

Company honored with six awards for its innovative technology and excellence in the workplace

University Park, IL. – Dec. 7, 2022 – Applied Systems today announced that the company was recognized in the 12th Annual Best in Biz Awards, the only independent business awards program judged each year by prominent editors and reporters from top-tier publications in North America. Applied won awards in six categories which placed it on the prestigious ‘Most Awarded Companies’ list:

  • Applied Analytics won Gold in Best New Version of the Year
  • Indio won Silver in Most Innovative Product of the Year – SMB
  • Applied Systems won Bronze in Company of the Year – Large
  • Ask Kodiak won Bronze in Most Innovative Product of the Year – Enterprise
  • EZLynx won Bronze in Most Innovative Product of the Year – SMB
  • Applied Epic Benefits for Salesforce won Bronze in Enterprise Product of the Year – Sales Software

The 12th annual program saw fierce competition among more than 700 entries from public and private companies of all sizes and representing all industries and regions in the U.S. and Canada. This year’s judging panel included, among others, writers from AdWeek, Computerworld, Forbes, The Globe & Mail, Inc., The Oregonian and Portland Tribune. The judges determined the best of the best from among the hundreds of competitive entries and highlighted Applied Systems’ visionary leadership, organizational performance, and innovative strides in the development and use of new technologies in the insurance industry.

“It is an honor to not only receive these awards but also be recognized as one of the most awarded companies in the 12th Annual Best in Biz Awards,” said Taylor Rhodes, chief executive officer, Applied Systems. “These awards demonstrate Applied’s commitment to our people to be a great place to work and to our customers to be their indispensable partner by delivering innovative solutions that help them win and retain more business so they grow more profitably.”

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