Costa Rica: Software Development for the US

The Costa Rican Isthmus company signed an alliance with Plug and Play Tech Center, a North American company from Silicon Valley.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The alliance with Plug and Play Tech Center, an incubator of technology companies in United States, will allow Isthums to offer its software development services to the three Plug and Play Tech Center technological complexes in Silicon Valley, where 220 technology businesses operate.

The website published: "Johnny Vega, CEO of Isthmus Inc., noted that the incubation center has its own investment arm and is actively working with leading venture capital firms in the industry.
He also indicated that the alliance will make it possible, above all, to participate in events with the most widely known high-tech companies."

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