Galooli Joins Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) & Officially Launches its North American Efforts
Dallas, TX, and Tampa Bay — April 12, 2022 – Galooli, a leading global provider of Energy Management and Optimization software, today announced it has joined Competitive Carriers Association (“CCA”) and will participate at the CCA Mobile Carriers show this week in Tampa Bay.
Galooli is a global provider of energy management and optimization software designed to reduce energy, operational, and capital expenses while reducing the carbon footprint for telecom, mobile tower, datacenter, and smart energy infrastructure organizations. CCA is the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States.
“Galooli provides energy efficiency software to telecom carriers around the world, many of which mirror the CCA member’s business and operations with large areas of coverage which often have remote operations,” said David LeClaire, Galooli’s North American executive vice president. “Joining CCA is a natural move for our company as we expand and move forward with our launch into North America. We look forward to helping CCA members reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint.”
“We are delighted to welcome Galooli to CCA,” said CCA President & CEO Steven K. Berry. “CCA’s associate members play an integral role in the competitive carrier ecosystem, and Galooli’s expertise and innovative solutions will certainly be a valuable addition for the entire membership.”
Founded in 2009, Galooli provides energy management optimization software and services to thousands of customers across five continents. Galooli’s customers span a variety of business and industries across telecommunications, data communications, and smart infrastructure. Harvesting and analyzing metadata from over 2 billion energy asset endpoints each day, Galooli reduces its customer’s energy costs and carbon footprint, while streamlining operations and ensuring sustainability.
CCA is the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States. Members range from small, rural carriers serving fewer than 5,000 customers to regional and nationwide providers serving millions of customers, as well as vendors and suppliers that provide products and services throughout the wireless communications ecosystem.