Caspio Awarded Prestigious TrustRadius ‘Tech Cares’ Recognition for Humanitarian Services During Ukraine Crisis

Caspio recognised among B2B technology firms that go above and beyond to support staff members and their larger communities

Caspio, the industry-leading no-code platform for creating unique web applications, has been chosen as the 2022 recipient of the TrustRadius “Tech Cares” award. The Tech Cares award recognises B2B tech companies that go above and above to help the environment, workers, and communities. Caspio received recognition for its outstanding efforts during the conflict in Ukraine to safeguard the safety of the more than 70 employees and their families who worked at its Ukrainian office as well as for its assistance with ongoing crisis management initiatives in the area.

In response to the outbreak of hostilities in Ukraine, Caspio’s founder and CEO Frank Zamani took a flight to Poland. He then spent several weeks working with the Caspio Poland team and travelling between Kraków and Przemyl to set up the provision of safe housing, food, shelter, and supplies for employees and their families seeking refuge in the nation. A number of Caspio Poland employees also welcomed their Ukrainian coworkers into their homes, and the business organised its worldwide customer network to donate to local charity.

“We are committed as an organization and as individuals to helping address this crisis in every way possible”, “Caspio began operating in Ukraine 18 years ago. Dnipro hosted our first-ever Software Development Center outside of the United States. Our Ukraine office houses more than 70 Caspians from engineering, product development, sales and support teams. But Ukraine is more than just an international office — it’s home to our dear friends, colleagues and family.”

Zamani, a former refugee who fled religious persecution in Iran.

Anyone assisting with the Ukraine crisis can also use Caspio’s free no-code application development platform to quickly create essential apps like medical asset management, lost and found registries, volunteer recruiting, and missing person directories.