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EIIR Provider Solutions/Capabalities
Infogain opens its seventh delivery center, globally! The newest delivery center in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Persistent Announces Acquisition of Data Glove and Launches New Microsoft Business Unit with Focus on Azure Cloud
Perficient announced the acquisition of Izmul S.A. and its subsidiaries (collectively, “Overactive”), an approximately $40 million revenue, 700 employees nearshore software development firm based in Montevideo, Uruguay. This acquisition expands Perficient’s presence in Latin America, adding nearshore software development locations in Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile.
Softtek Announces Expansion of Digital Capabilities with Global Reach in Colombia
Xoriant Establishes Engineering and Support Operations in Mexico
CSS Corp Strengthens Presence in Latin America with Launch of a New Delivery Center in Colombia
Infosys will establish a new digital development centre in Canada. This is aimed at creating 500 high quality jobs in the Toronto region over the next three years.
3Pillar Global acquires Arizona-based Tiempo Development. With three digital delivery centers across Mexico, the acquisition of Tiempo augments 3Pillar’s global footprint. 3Pillar’s newly expanded global workforce will now exceed 1,600 team members including 400 from Tiempo across 5 countries.
CSS Corp to Open 100 Jobs Positions in Costa Rica for Enterprise Tech Support.
EIIR Buyer GIC/R&D Best Practices/Solutions
Honeywell plans to expand its Mexican R&D center with $8 million investment. Honeywell has three global R&D centers: one in India, launched in the early 2000s; a center in the Czech Republic, opened in 2007; and the one in Mexico, inaugurated in 2017.
Intel Costa Rica increases investment to $600 million and triples the number of announced jobs
A new R&D center is to be commissioned by Continental in Querétaro, Mexico this year. This will focus primarily on electronic systems relating to solutions for autonomous driving in the future. It already has 160 engineers working there. That number is planned to rise to more than 1,000 in four years.
Intel is another example with an investment of $350 million in Costa Rica to revamp testing and assembly operations.