Canadian Company Builds Ecosystem of Empowerment
July 13, 2021
eStruxture’s Founder and CEO Todd Coleman speaks to Data Centre Magazine about how he’s encouraging a diverse and inclusive culture at his data centre
eStruxture Data Centers has been featured in the June issue of Data Centre Magazine.
In this exclusive interview, we speak to eStruxture’s Founder and CEO Todd Coleman about how he is encouraging a diverse and inclusive culture at his data centre.
eStruxture is the largest Canadian-owned network and cloud-neutral data center provider with locations in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary and recently acquired Aptum Technologies.
Coleman discussed how he’s encouraging a diverse and inclusive culture at his data centre. “When it starts at the top and you start showing that your actions and words align, the rest of your organization embraces it and it begins to take a life of itself.
“I have a philosophy – never ask someone to do something that you’re not willing to do yourself,” said Coleman who founded eStruxture in 2017.
“The institutional knowledge and the employees that come along with it have to fit into our strategic mix. And so, when we looked at the Aptum deal we were blown away because it made complete sense for us to get that deal done.”
Editor Melissa Khan said it was fascinating to hear from eStruxture’s Founder and CEO Todd Coleman about the data center’s inclusive culture and how sustainability is driving their partnerships. “Coleman provides an insight for our audience into why they are headquartered in Montreal, Canada due to their partnership with Hydro Quebec as 99 percent of their power supply is renewable.”
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You can read the report in the June issue of Data Centre Magazine HERE!