Capturing the systemic and noteworthy advancements in Mexico economics, IT and political leadership over recent months, Nearshore Americas today announces a special series of white papers that will be published in our pages over the next several months reporting on these newly arising market conditions.
NCO Group, Inc., a global provider of business process outsourcing services, announced today that Steve Leckerman, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO), will be leaving the company by October 31, 2011 to pursue other opportunities. Leckerman joined NCO in 1995 and was named COO in 2007.
Ron Rittenmeyer, President and CEO, said, “Steve has been a valuable and key employee of NCO. We wish him well in his next endeavor and sincerely thank him for all that he has contributed to the success of the company.”
Jack Jones, a former executive with JPMorgan Chase, will assume the role of Executive Vice President and COO effective immediately. Jones, 56, spent 25 years with JPMorgan Chase where he was most recently Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Global Solutions responsible for the enterprise wide globalization strategy which included operations involving over 35,000 employees delivering services to all lines …
By Patrick Haller
There is little doubt that the flow of capital and mindshare between Latin America and Silicon Valley is gaining real momentum.
Constanza Nieto, Founder and CEO of Global Tech Bridge based in Silicon Valley, has been driving partnerships between Latin and North America for nearly a decade and is very active in trying to help startups build a realistic vision to sell services internationally. She talked with Nearshore Americas about the opportunities buried in the minefields, and why this is the right moment for the two worlds to build bridges.