In describing their views on the performance of Nearshore delivery, the sentiment of “now I get it” was prevalent among decision-makers at this week’s Gartner Sourcing & Strategic Vendor Relationships Summit in Dallas.
With crushing demand to increase cycle times, more companies are recognizing that those core attractions of Nearshore – same or near time zone and proximity – can improve overall IT vendor performance.
Mexico featured prominently at the event, with Nearshore Americas’ Kirk Laughlin moderating a MexicoIT-organized panel discussion on Mexico’s maturing services market. On the panel were IT users who partner with Softtek and Neoris to obtain software and infrastructure services, among other benefits.
“Our partnership [with Neoris] keeps growing and driving value for our business. It’s been a tremendous partnership over the last seven years,” said panelist Fabio Cicchinelli, IT Manager at Pure Power Tech, based in South Carolina.