Software Development teams, a delivery approach designed to integrate with your team’s specific capacity, culture, competencies, skills, and quality requirements. The teams can collaborate virtually, at your site or at one of our delivery centers.
Initiatives that require the need to scale up and scale down skilled talent on demand basis and the project team is managed and integrated into your core leadership team.
Innovation that requires a managed team of our experts from one or multiple of competency centers. Your management and project leadership team takes ownership of the outcomes, budget, and timelines.
Thinking about investing in your own delivery center? Competency teams are a fully managed service and competency team that can take end-to-end ownership for developing a product.
Every member of our team is 100% accessible through virtual means — you can reach us no matter where you are, using best-in-class communication tools.
US-Mexico trade agreements allow for greater travel flexibility — easy and low-cost travel options between the two countries allow for ad-hoc meetings or longer stays.
From major U.S. markets, you can work with your team in person in as little as two to three hours — making collaboration on your production more efficient and productive.
NearshorePLUS works just like offshoring, except that businesses pair with their teams in a country that shares the same border and is closer in proximity than offshore options such as India, Ukraine, S. America, thus providing closer alignment in culture, communication and laws.
NearshorePLUS helps you innovate better while reducing the risks, time and costs to launch your product or service to market.
As the global choices for software development outsourcing increase, the total cost advantages for regions like the Far East, Baltic and S. America is becoming increasingly cost-competitive. Now more than ever, companies are being driven to make better total value-based decisions that includes factors such as access to talent capacity, convenience of time zone, consistency of code quality, teaming collaboration, improved communication and cultural alignment.
The technology ecosystem of Mexico, including public, academia and the private sector provides a great alternative for skilled talent for design, development and testing on both proven and innovative technologies.
At the core of our Nearshore PLUS model is both proximity and accessibility. By having connected and shared borders with Mexico, our customers can have calls on the same time zone and easily travel to our development centers.
One of the most vital success factors for a quality customer service experience is the communication skills coupled with an Agile methodology to help ensure that teaming is improved while helping accelerate development.
Sharing the same border minimizes the communication gaps and provides a unique differentiator in that the teams understand one another’s perspectives, way of business and working allowing for better integrated teaming.
Mexico has moved into the top global software destinations and is the leading Latin market with both capacity and availability of talent and with our extended team approach clients can scale up or down without the long-term commitments.
One of the unique values of of the Nearshore PLUS development model is the creativity and quality of design, development, and quality assurance talent to leverage best practice software development methodologies such as Agile and Lean.
The global costs beyond the local US market on an hourly basis are beginning to experience parity thus leaving customers with a greater value choice that includes true nearshore convenience and an overall improved customer experience.
In less than a generation, Mexico has become a formidable player on the world IT scene — today, ranked as the world’s fourth-largest emerging IT market, with more than 500,000 professionals providing mission-critical software development services.
Mexico is iTexico’s nearshore development center of choice due to its cultural alignment, political stability, low cost of labor, trade protections afforded by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the matriculation of more than 65,000 new IT workers from more than 120 Mexican universities each year.
The Digital Creative City Initiative is building a Digital Hub in the heart of the City. Appointed by the MIT, Guadalajara is hosting the project to incentivize Creative Industries and make it a Smart City Prototype.
The Washington Post publishes an article titled: “Is Mexico The Next Silicon Valley? Tech Boom
in Guadalajara”, setting all eyes on the city as a Tech Hub.
The Mario Molina group of universities wins a government grant to develop an loT research center.
Guadalajara is named a Smart City Prototype by the IEEE Steering Committee in collaboration with the Innovation and Smart City Center at the Universidad de Guadalajara.
IT sector adds 7,000 jobs to the city, attracting 105,000 new workers.
Ooyala opens new offices in the city.
Universidad de Guadalajara is ranked fifth among the best Mexican Universities.
Oracle sends 14 employees to Guadalajara to develop the future version of Oracle Database and Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Indian Firm HCL, opens an IT delivery center in the city.
Indian outsourcing firm
iGate opens offices in Guadalajara.
Tata Consultancy Services opens its first facility in the city.
fDi Magazine states that Guadalajara has the second strongest economic potential of any major North American city, after Chicago. The magazine names Guadalajara as a “City Of The Future” due to its youthful population, low unemployment rate, and large number of recent FDI deals.
The Mexican Ministry of Economy begins offering incentives to companies of the IT industry through
PROSOFT, identifying it as a strategic innovative sector.
Official Inauguration of the Software Center with 32 companies providing software products or services, the objective of bringing these companies together in the same space was to generate synergies, maximize the use of resources, and give a more significant position to the IT Sector in Guadalajara.
Motorola’s plant is sold to ON Semiconductor
IBM Mexico announces that it will begin manufacturing PCs at its plant in El Salto, Jalisco near Guadalajara. About 90% of its PCs manufactured in Mexico would be exported to Latin America and other international markets.
Motorola builds a factory in Guadalajara, dedicated to the manufacture of semiconductors and
for export to the United States.
Kodak, opens its Guadalajara plant to begin supplying photographic products and services to consumers and commercial customers around the world.
First industrial park is established in the city
Universidad de Guadalajara, established on October 12, has been regarded as the most significant university in the state of Jalisco & the 2nd in the country.
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