Güegüe opens IT Educational Center in Nicaragua

Güegüe Education, leading provider of certified education in Information Technology (IT), announced that it will open a new IT Educational Center

Thursday, November 6, 2008

The plan was developed by the Danish company, Xcompetence and Güegüe, "we are proud to achieve this result, for which we have worked for during the last year. We will share the experience with Xcompetence, Denmark," said Kate Holmstrup, Chief Executive Officer for Xcompetence.

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Panama: Strategic Center for Data Storage

May 2013

The fact that companies from the sector have invested about $250 million to settle in the country, is characterising Panama as a strategic center for data storage in America.

According to Eduardo Jaen, head of the Panamanian Authority for Government Innovation (AIG), the majority of these firms offer their services to banking and telephony companies in Central America and the Caribbean, and "Panama has found a safe haven for their data ".

IBM Inaugurates New Service Center

May 2012

IBM is opening a new center of information technology in Costa Rica as the first stage of a $300 million investment over 10 years.

This investment of $300 million is scheduled to run over 10 years and there are plans to employ about 1,000 professionals by 2014, reported Elfinancierocr.com.

IBM Announces Service Center in Costa Rica

June 2011

$300 million will be invested over the next ten years to build a new center for information technology services, creating 1,000 jobs by 2014.

A press release from the Ministry of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica states:

IBM's operation in Costa Rica currently provides services in human resource processes, management of customer relations, finance, accounting and shared services to IBM customers in North and South of the USA.

Panama Invites Bids for $3.3 Million Training Academy

September 2010

The National Secretariat for Science and Technology (SENACYT) is to create an academy to provide training in unified computing, telecommunications and data centers.

SENACYT needs to fill Panama's knowledge gap relative to other countries in the region in the design, configuration and maintenance of computer networks.

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