Workstream Named as Best New Enterprise Product of 2022 by the 12th Annual Best in Biz Awards, the comprehensive hub for managing and organizing critical data assets, today announced that it has received a Bronze Best in Biz Award for Best New Enterprise Product of 2022.

“We are gratified by this recognition of our platform, and view it as a validation of the need for a simpler way to manage data assets and workflows,” said Nicholas Freund, Co-founder and CEO, “This is an important step toward our mission to make data more valuable to all of the organizational stakeholders that rely upon it for decision making.” boosts the productivity of data teams and key business stakeholders by streamlining the process of data asset management and helping to facilitate workflows. It reduces the time required to support ad hoc requests and enables data teams to focus their energy on activities that add more long-term value. Simultaneously, builds cross-departmental usage of data by providing more consistency and context for business stakeholders across the organization.

Best in Biz Awards is the only business awards program judged by a who’s who of prominent reporters and editors from the most respected top-tier publications. Since the program’s inception in 2011, winners in Best in Biz Awards have been determined based on scoring from independent judging panels assembled each year from some of the most respected national and local newspapers, TV and radio outlets, and business, consumer, technology and trade publications in North America. The 2022 judging panel included, among others, writers from AdWeek, Computerworld, Forbes, The Globe & Mail, Inc., The Oregonian and Portland Tribune.

“This year’s contestants for Best in Biz Awards all showed a remarkable commitment to the support and development of their employees,” said Michael Nietzel, Forbes. “From educational benefits to personal wellness, career advancement to community building, these companies are showing the way for how to create a vital and productive workplace.”

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, ranging from some of the most iconic global brands to the most innovative start-ups and resilient local companies. This year’s judges highlighted the winning companies’ visionary leadership, innovative strides in the use of new technologies, laudable employee diversity and inclusion programs and workplace best practices, and many winners’ continued community involvement and monetary and time investments in their environment and corporate social responsibility programs.

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Workstream is a technology startup that helps data teams manage critical data assets. By integrating directly with the analytical tools data teams are already using in their regular workflow, empowers data teams and business stakeholders to use data assets in a more effective way. To learn more, visit

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