The award ceremony is designed to showcase the achievements of the region, giving the industry players the attention they deserve. Awards are given in six categories, including city of the year and company of the year.
Cloud computing is really driving the extension of the Mexican talent pool, leading to increasing skills in analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning and opening up new geographies within Mexico.
For developers in Latin America keeping up to date with the latest demands in skills is vital to remaining competitive, and more and more are turning to online learning to ensure they stay ahead in the skills game.
Easy movement across the border to and from San Diego is key to Tijuana's tech outsourcing attractiveness. Provided that movement continues, exponential growth seems possible for Mexico's sixth-largest city.
TaskUs' Latin American plans are all focused on Mexico as the customer experience outsourcer plans to grow its 300-strong Baja North office to over 1,000 employees to support existing and new business.
Scotiabank’s bombshell decision to sell operations in ‘non-core’ Caribbean countries, announced in November last year, put the fate of their Trinidad shared services center in jeopardy but it seems it is safe for now.