ROSARIO, ARGENTINA — Neoris, one of the leading multinational global business and technology consulting companies, has opened new offices for software development in the city of Rosario. Governor Hermes Binner, Mayor Miguel Lifschitz, and more than 200 guests attended the opening.
Rosario Neoris is a symbol of the company’s growth. The company first operated here under the name of Amtec. It was in 1996 when Martín Méndez, current President for the Latin American Cluster region, founded and led the industry leader in Internet services in Argentina.
Today, 10 years after the creation of Neoris, a global company with more than 3,600 employees in 20 offices and a turnover of more than $300 million, the company is still committed to Rosario and thus inaugurated the largest center for development of software in the region.
In the words of Martin Mendez, “15 years after embarking on an adventure, the dream came true and I am proud to say that thanks to the effort and the confidence of our people we are the most important company in our industry in the province of Santa Fe.”
Currently, Neoris has 320 employees in Rosario, and their new offices are located in a modern tower with panoramic views. The facilities feature the latest technology, plus a gym, restaurants, recreation room, and convenient transportation to the main points of the city.
“We can say that we are in the future of Rosario, with 2,000 square meters that allow us to better serve our clients locally and globally, exporting knowledge and best practices to the USA, Mexico, Spain, Chile, Brazil,” among others, Mendez said. “Today we are in position to increase our current capacity by 50%, adding 150 professionals so that we can continue to grow.”
Neoris Argentina has offices in five cities. Their strategy is based on cells distributed in different cities to take advantage of the available talent.
Santa Fe’s recognition of Neoris was reflected in the opening last Tuesday. More than 200 guests from the community, including academics and business people, joined provincial and municipal officials from all political sectors to celebrate the new facility.