Ehis award as Junior Enterprise 2022 distinguishes the compañía newly created for its activity focused on technologies applied to infra managementstructures
Elliot Cloud has received the 'Empresa Junior 2022' award granted by the Association of Telecommunications Engineers of La Rioja (AITER) in collaboration with the regional government. This distinction recognises Elliot Cloud as a recently created company from La Rioja whose activity is focused on the ICT sector, applying technologies to the management of infrastructures linked to the . of water, energy, energy cities and industries.
The company's CEO, Óscar Ruiz Chicote, collected the Junior Company 2022 award during the celebration of the 15th edition of the Telecommunications Night and expressed how excited the whole team was to receive this award. "We are very proud because it is a recognition of the work we have been developing for almost three years, since we were born in 2019. Therefore, I would like to thank AITER from the bottom of my heart for this distinction and the entire Elliot Cloud team for making it possible through their effort, dedication, honesty and loyalty over the years".he pointed out.
During his speech, Ruiz Chicote defined Elliot Cloud as "a company with a product in which different technologies are integrated in the management of its products.óThe main infrastructures to be managed are in the industrial sector, smart cities and buildings, energy and water. These are all important infrastructures that can be managed in an intelligent, efficient and sustainable way through a single cloud tool"..
Regarding its evolution, the company's CEO explained: "In 2019, Elliot Cloud was born with four employees, today we are 48 people, and we are established in Spain, Mexico, Brazil and the United Arab Emirates.". He also pointed out that the company works with large companies and administrations at an international level and underlined with satisfaction: "Elliot Cloud manages water for 25 million people and more than 10 gigawatts of renewable energy generation; it monitors more than a billion pieces of data daily in industries around the world and manages more than 30 million pieces of utility data.
Looking to the future, Óscar Ruiz Chicote insisted that they will continue to work with the same enthusiasm and desire that they have always put into the project. "Our goal is to position La Rioja as a technological benchmark in infrastructure management. We want to demonstrate our clear commitment to the territory and we would like this commitment to the region to be shared".he concluded.