Guadalajara based software development teams help improve process inefficiencies and transform American businesses
AUSTIN, TX – Apr. 13, 2018 – As American companies search for every possible advantage in a competitive digital marketplace, innovative augmentations to staff, software, and strategy can quickly turn business efficiencies into valuable growth opportunities. Enter the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, and its thousands of talented IT professionals. The emerging technology hub is increasingly becoming a gold standard location for helping U.S. enterprises achieve technological success.
Once known as “Mexico’s second city,” public and private investments in Guadalajara’s IT higher education and infrastructure have allowed it to become a new, global focal point for technology and logistics. While the city has more than 40 years of high tech experience, the advent of mobile applications has recently drawn more attention and investment to the region.
For years, Guillermo Ortego and his team at nearshoring software development services provider iTexico have been capitalizing on Jalisco’s potential. Their Guadalajara-based team is at the forefront of efforts to help U.S. enterprises achieve technological success.
“The nearshoring model employed at our company is increasingly gaining traction among American businesses because of the abundant resources in Jalisco’s technological hub,” said Ortega, COO and co-founder of iTexico. “With a median age of 27, a cultural and time zone alignment with the U.S., and more 20 universities offering state-of-the-art engineering and IT courses, Guadalajara is poised to offer IT assistance to even more startups and blue-chip organizations in 2018 and beyond.”
iTexico’s Jalisco development team offers services like NearshorePlus, which help ensure business technology and strategy are aligned for growth. Whether a company needs help with achieving a lean user experience or requires a trusted advisor on design sprint and thinking, the company’s culturally cohesive team of exceptional designers, developers, and product administrators can provide the guidance needed to generate demand and keep customers, while anticipating client needs and potential development inefficiencies.
“Today’s C-level executives need expert software development assistance and insight while avoiding skyrocketing costs and risk,” Ortega said. “Whether a corporation requires insight on how to hit development deadlines or control budgets, our capable team of professionals in Guadalajara are ready to jump in with whatever is needed.”
While Jalisco continues to bet on technology, Ortega’s iTexico mirrors the state’s vision to achieve constant, positive business transformation by providing outstanding service and capitalizing off additional, robust investments in this fertile field of technology.
Business executives can learn more about joining leading organizations like Google, HP, and Cisco already in the space by visiting the iTexico website.
iTexico is devoted to providing dedicated software development teams as a service for Mobile, Web, Fullstack, API, Database and Cloud. We provide end-to-end design, development, testing, and support services by leveraging an innovative nearshore model. With its headquarters in Austin, TX, as well as a wholly-owned software development and delivery center in Guadalajara and Aguascalientes, Mexico, iTexico has experienced significant growth every year for the last 6 years and maintains strong development partnerships with many startup, growth and large technology-driven companies, including Axway, Carbon Black, CHI, ESRI, IBM, and Microsoft. For more information, visit http://www.itexico.com