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Bloomberg:

 

River Point Technology has been awarded HashiCorp’s 2022 Innovation Partner of the Year as recognition for its efforts to produce effective solutions around cloud and data analytics technology. The cloud-specific company has now been in the industry for 11 years and excels in providing world-class cloud-based enterprise services to its constantly swelling customer base.

“River Point Technology has a business-oriented focus with core tenets built around cloud enablement, analytics, data protection, application lifecycle management, and security,” shared HashiCorp in their announcement.

HashiCorp is a public technology company that is leading the market for cloud automation. It announces various ‘Partner Network Awards’ annually in a bid to its partners’ dedication to helping businesses boost their cloud adoption strategies. River Point Technology has been a significant partner of HashiCorp and has been committed to delivering its best potential to promote the cloud as an effective solution.

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Yahoo:

 

River Point Technology has been awarded HashiCorp’s 2022 Innovation Partner of the Year as recognition for its efforts to produce effective solutions around cloud and data analytics technology. The cloud-specific company has now been in the industry for 11 years and excels in providing world-class cloud-based enterprise services to its constantly swelling customer base.

“River Point Technology has a business-oriented focus with core tenets built around cloud enablement, analytics, data protection, application lifecycle management, and security,” shared HashiCorp in their announcement.

HashiCorp is a public technology company that is leading the market for cloud automation. It announces various ‘Partner Network Awards’ annually in a bid to its partners’ dedication to helping businesses boost their cloud adoption strategies. River Point Technology has been a significant partner of HashiCorp and has been committed to delivering its best potential to promote the cloud as an effective solution.

Jeff Eiben, founder and owner of River Point Technology, dedicated the feat to his highly-experienced and qualified team at RPT. “I couldn’t be more proud and excited for our team,” he shared.

River Point Technology has deservingly secured the award as its performance has remained outstanding over the last few years. It has created models that have manifested to be highly-effective solutions to problems pertaining to automation faced by businesses. Value Creation Technology is one such model that is widely accepted and used by a range of enterprises in and outside the US.

About River Point Technology

River Point Technology made its entrance into the cloud industry in 2011. It was founded by Jeff Eiben and is still owned by him. The company assists businesses and enterprises in their transformation into the cloud era. It has helped many enterprises automate their ventures by providing them with state-of-the-art models like Value Creation Technology.

 

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London Daily Post:

He always talks about his dreams and ideas and what the future has in him for the world. When you meet him, you’ll realize he has weaved a unique personality around himself, filled with the colors of his intelligence, wisdom, and creativity. Jeff Eiben, an expert in cloud computing technology and a successful entrepreneur, believes he is an ‘accidental innovator’, and he has got plenty of reasons for that.

“I trained as an electrical engineer in the days when engineering was the path into technology, but I’ve always been somewhat of an odd-man-out in the field. My mind naturally focuses on big-picture concepts over complex details. I’ve also had an atypical career, in which my natural tendency to observe and my specific experiences in the field led me to be an accidental innovator,” says Jeff while sharing why he calls himself an accidental innovator.

Starting from his childhood, he always had the thirst for learning about things that interested him. That included science and mathematics. However, his inclination toward the business world never let him consider a career as a technologist. His mother, though, had some different thoughts.

“Apart from my interests in science and technology, the reason I chose engineering school over business school was my mother and his convincing thoughts. She had been my support system all along the way after divorce between my parents. She believed that engineering offered the most flexibility and upside in the job market at that time. I wanted a job in business, but I didn’t go against my mother’s ambitions and used my unique skill set in engineering, and guess what – it worked big time!” says Jeff.

It worked because not only did he complete his graduation in electrical engineering with flying colors but also opened his own business, a cloud service provider, River Point Technology.

His colleagues believe Jeff to be the smartest guy they have ever met. Many suggested that he would rather learn the whole topic by discussing it with colleagues than reading textbook after textbook. “His rule was catching the concept – that’s it. No need to go into the complex details, but let the complex details come to you by understanding the core concepts. That’s how he used to simplify things, and no wonder it worked for him, and at many points, for us as well,” one of his university colleagues recalled.

Jeff has rarely been seen sitting idle. If there is an itch, he will not rest until he finds a solution for it. Failing is not a big deal for him. “I learn as much or maybe more from wrong decisions and failures as I do from my success,” is what he says about failures.

And then, when he finally succeeds after failing a few times, that solution he comes up with often becomes a trendsetter. That’s what he applied during his graduation years, and that is exactly what he did when River Point Technology came to standstill when companies didn’t show any interest in adopting cloud technology. But as expected, Jeff came up with a model called Value Creation Technology that outrightly resolved the issue.

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