What's in a name
Creado is just a short combination of CREATE/DOES. A word pair from the Forth language.
It can also be read as that the company owner has the ambition to be a creative doer.
In the beginning of my programming life I did work on embedded systems programming. During this period I came across the Forth programming language and became quite fond of it.
Example, we can create a defining word called STRING:
: STRING CREATE ALLOT DOES> + ;
The defining word will create an array of bytes, so:
30 STRING VALVE
will create an array thirty bytes in length. To access any byte in this array (the sixth in this example), we merely say:
6 VALVE C@
See https://www.forth.com/starting-forth/11-forth-compiler-defining-words/ for a full explanation.