Universal-mCloud Corp Begins Trading on TSX-V

- October 19th, 2017

Universal -mCloud (TSXV:MCLD) has announced that it has begun trading on the TSX Venture Exchange effective October 18, 2017. As quoted in the press release: “The commencement of trading on TSX Venture Exchange is an important milestone for mCloud and one that we are proud to have achieved,” said Russ McMeekin, President and Chief Executive Officer. … Continued

Universal -mCloud (TSXV:MCLD) has announced that it has begun trading on the TSX Venture Exchange effective October 18, 2017.
As quoted in the press release:

“The commencement of trading on TSX Venture Exchange is an important milestone for mCloud and one that we are proud to have achieved,” said Russ McMeekin, President and Chief Executive Officer.
TELUS Partnership
As per the Company’s earlier press release dated October 17, 2017, mCloud has recently signed a multi-year Reseller Agreement with TELUS to deliver mCloud’s AssetCare™ solution to the Canadian market, targeting buildings with critical heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) requirements. The offering combines the leading capabilities of TELUS’ IoT connectivity with the deep domain asset expertise of mCloud in a connected cloud solution with 24/7 vigilance that improves the health and performance of the connected assets. This is offered on a subscription basis costing a fraction of the resulting benefits.
mCloud President and CEO, Russ McMeekin says, “Our agreement with TELUS represents the first large scale partnership of such kind for mCloud. The TELUS team is focused on enabling and bringing its expertise to this important IoT asset connected market, and we look forward to working with them on this initiative.”

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