Centro del Software is the place of operations of the Brazilian company in Mexico
Guadalajara, Jalisco, November 3oth, 2016 – The Brazilian information technology (IT) and outsourcing solutions company Algar Tech, which has been operating in the corporate market for 16 years, opened its first office in Mexico, expanding his presence in Latin America.
The new unit is located in Centro del Software de Guadalajara and is the fourth of Algar Tech outside Brazil: it is added to those already existing in Colombia, Argentina and Chile. The operation in Mexico begins with two clients and 30 employees.
From the Guadalajara office, the Brazilian corporate will serve clients related to the area of managed services, business application services and KPO. According to company sources, the company wants to take advantage of the potential presented by Mexico in the areas of BPO and ITO.
The company offers services in five languages to 300 companies in the region from more than 70 offices located in Brazil, where it also has three data centers. Two of the data centers are located in Uberlândia (Minas Gerais); the third of them, in Campinas (São Paulo), recently received Tier III certification from Uptime Institute in design.
Algar Tech is among the 200 largest IT services companies in the world, according to US consultancy Gartner, and expects its revenues to increase by more than 10 percent this year. In 2015 alone, the firm achieved gross revenues of $ 252 million.
At the protocol event, held at the Software Center, the following Algar Tech authorities were present: Carlos Mauricio Ferreira, General Manager for Latin America; Ms. Tatinane Lemes, Vice President of Operations and Divino Souza, President of Algar Tech and Vice President of Operations. In addition, Jaime Reyes Robles, Secretary of Innovation, Science and Technology of the Government of Jalisco; Mr. José Palacios Jiménez, Secretary of Economic Development of the Government of Jalisco; Antonio Salazar, Coordinator of Economic Development and Combating Inequality of the City of Guadalajara and Julio Acevedo García, President of the Jalisco Institute of Information Technologies.