Participating in Nearshore Nexus for the second year in a row was Belatrix, based in Mendoza, Argentina.
Ruddy Ganna of Laurus sees an increasing amount of innovative concepts - built for BPO - coming from Latin America.
Paulo Bezzara of Brasscom explains that Brazil has the fourth largest ICT market in the world.
The networking at Nexus was lively, engaging - and brought together many good friends.
Several top representatives from Colombia’s outsourcing sector participated.
Greg Lippper, head of global BPO at Staples, stop in at the TCS booth.
Atento participated in Nexus for the first time.
Multiple video reports were created from around the conference.
Over 220 attendees joined the Nexus program - a record breaker!
Need for contextual understanding in outsourcing is essential said Sourcing Foreign/ Domestic panel.
Brasscom participated in Nearshore Nexus for the third year in a row.
The main conference hall of Nexus was at capacity for much of the day.
Santiago Pinzon of ANDI comments on “bottom of pyramid’ efforts in Colombia BPO.
Bruno Guicardi explains the types of IT specializations Brazil offers.
Tom Taylor provided loads of data about Nearshoring and the advantageous positioning of Mexico.
Alfredo Pacheco, CEO of MexicoIT, stresses that Mexico’s economic rise is continuing with the country’s new president.
Rodrigo Slelatt of A.T. Kearney sees bright signs coming from Argentina.
Christian Celis of Capgemini, was one of 18 members of the Power 50, class of 2013, in attendance.
Nocera says politicians in the U.S. need term limits.
Island Outsourcers joined Jampro in participating in Nexus.
Stephanie Moore of Ameritas argues that more U.S. students need to be aware of engineering jobs.
“Outsourcing makes tremendous economic sense” - Joe Nocera of New York Times.