Operating in the United States since 2006, Brazilian IT company CI&T has invested in smart computing and the development of customized solutions using the Google Cloud Platform to grow in the U.S. market.
Yachay is a planned city in Ecuador designed to push the nation's economy away from commodities and towards knowledge-based innovation. Héctor Rodriguez, the general manager of Yachay, discusses the current status of its development.
Growth in mobile Internet connectivity is vital for the development of knowledge economies. Latin America and the Caribbean is on the right track with a steadily increasing uptake in mobile connectivity. The interactive compares connectivity across the region.
Identifying problem providers early on can save you time, money and hassles, but spotting those who are less than honest isn't easy. Nearshore Americas looks at seven signs that may indicate your offshore provider is not quite telling the full story.
To most in the industry, Santo Domingo's large English-speaking population and close ties to the United States far outweigh its small talent pool of contact center managers and programmers and the country's antiquated labor laws.
Prof Ravi Pendse of Brown University explains the technology automation landscape, the need for career security rather than job security, and why human contact is still valuable in the tenth episode of the Nearshore Cafe podcast series.