Kloudville Inc.

Toronto, Canada
Noman Nadeem, Business Manager
Which of the following best describes your company?
Small- or medium-sized company

Type of company (check all applicable)
  • Software
  • Systems Integration
  • Telecom
  • Consulting/IT Services

If other, please specify

Area of Specialization
  • Ecommerce
  • SaaS (software as a service)
  • Supply Chain and Logistics

If other, please specify

Do you have a need for / interest in hiring a coop/intern student?
Not at this time

Describe your company's current technology and solutions
Kloudville is a Business 360-in-a-Box Software-as-a-Service and provides Business 360 Apps that help businesses streamline operations and transact commerce. The Apps include: Quote, Order, Customer, Product Catalog, Pricing, Inventory, Shipping, Procurement, Billing and Subscription management pre-configured for end-to-end management of a business.

Kloudville's market focus is to provide Wholesalers, Distributors, Services, Construction, Builders, and Telecom businesses with a complete digital 360 business management capability with minimum IT operational overheads.

Are you aware of any current government challenges or opportunities that would be addressed by using your technology solution? Or a future need you can identify?
Smaller retail businesses will need government support to cope with the challenge of significant downturn. Kloudville can help promote online operations at significantly lower cost than a traditional e-commerce setups through our out-of-the-box standard solutions and quick setups for small to medium businesses.

As the COVID crisis continues, please describe specific opportunities where your technology might support Canadian needs / government needs
SMBs (or even large enterprises with standard processes) can operationalize their businesses online quicky, efficiently, and cost-effectively through Kloudville. Promoting online business and e-commerce, reducing the need for physical contact and encouraging social distancing.

Do you have any final reflections or comments?