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    Elutions France moves to the heart of Lyon metropolis

    On November 13, 2017, Elutions SAS, the industrial software editor of ControlMaestro and Maestro solutions for the SCADA and Energy management of sites, moved into the 7th district of Lyon, now occupying large spacious and open offices allowing Elutions to accommodate new employees with greater facilities flexibility and to improve the comfort of all.

    Facing the Halle Tony Garnier and above the House of the Environment, this beautiful new, secure and modern building is located at the confluence of the Rhône and Saône rivers and favors improved employee life quality: landscaped terraces overlooking the park banks, space for walks, relaxation and recreation recently arranged along the river, presence of hotels and restaurants...

    At the heart of the Lyon Gerland Technopole, the Quatuor building benefits from an exceptional privileged urban environment oriented towards high technology, research and teaching, in total alignment with the ambitions and the Elutions state of mind.

    You can now meet Elutions France at Le Quatuor - 14 avenue Tony Garnier F-69007 LYON. The R&D, Sales, Production, Finance and Marketing teams will be happy to welcome you. To contact Elutions, all information remains the same: Tel. +33 (0) 4 72 47 98 98 | Fax. +33 (0) 4 72 47 98 99.

    Public Transportation
      Metro line B: Station « Stade de Gerland » less than 10 minute walk Bus lines C22, 60 & C7 in the immediate surrounding area Tram line T1 - Stop "Pont Pasteur" at 200 m - Direct link TGV station Perrache (5 stops) Bike: 2 Vélo'v stations in the immediate surrounding Parking: Public parking under the building with private spaces for employees.
    Road access
      Directly connected to major North / South axes A6 / A7 East Lyonnais: peripheral Lyon Center: North / South axis
    Headquartered in Florida, Elutions operates globally with clients across Europe, North America, Central and South America, and the Middle East.