FORCADELL Madrid has advised Ultra Tendency on the lease of his new offices.
Ultra Tendency Spain (UT-ES), the consultant and integrator of Big Data and Cloud Computing systems, will set up in August 2022 a new office at Coruña 17 building on López Santos street, in Las Rozas. Ultra Tendency will have an office already set up with open spaces in a 360º exterior building that was recently renovated and includes refurbished common areas, a cafeteria, a large terrace along with private indoor and outdoor parking.
Juan Luís Laserna, director of FORCADELL Madrid office, highlights that "in the second quarter of the year we have seen an increase in demand along the A6. Many companies of different sectors are attracted to this area”. Also, he adds that “Coruña 17 building is very complete in all aspects and this makes it meet the requirements for any type of tenant”. For his part, Manel de Bes, director of the Office Department of FORCADELL adds that "the demand for offices already implemented has increased significantly by customers as it facilitates the rapid start-up of their activity".
Ultra Tendency’s new facilities are located in a business area with a reputation as one of the most desirable suburbs of the capital, Las Rozas, Madrid. It has easy access to the A6 Northwest Highway and good connections to several bus lines.
As a premier data engineering consultancy, Ultra Tendency’s expansion has been fueled in large part by growth in Spain. Its parent company was founded in 2010 in Germany and UT has since founded offices in Latvia, Spain, Portugal, and the United States. Of these newer branch offices, none has surpassed the presence in Madrid in terms of new hires and revenue. Despite Ultra Tendency’s flexible time management and home office policies, the office UT-ES first rented at its founding no longer suffices to house a growing firm.
As a consultancy working on Big Data, Cloud Computing, IIoT and microservices, Ultra Tendency provides open-source solutions to many of Europe's largest companies and public institutions. The company founded Ultra Tendency Spain in 2018 looking to expand its customer base and pool of potential employees, for this reason, Madrid was an obvious choice.
With a burgeoning tech scene supported by superb universities and start-ups, Madrid offers an ideal location to hire highly motivated colleagues with excellent technical skills. In Spain, Ultra Tendency will be operating on a hybrid work model, which means anyone who so chooses may work from home and arrive at the office only intermittently. This allows UT to hire and work with colleagues anywhere between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.