Spain's Indra boosts presence in Panama
The Spanish information technology company Indra is reinforcing its presence in the region by establishing new offices in Panama as a base of operations for Central America and the Caribbean.
Friday, May 9, 2008
At present Indra has a presence in transport, energy, finance, security and public administration.
At the forum the company will demonstrate its mobil operators that can overcome the challenges of promoting add-on services to its client base, and alsohow to maximize the yield potential of each of its mobile subscribers.
Mexico-based América Móvil, Latin America's leading provider of wireless telephony, will begin to sell Apple's iPhone in the region this year.
The Spanish company began the process of registering its trademark in Costa Rica.
The Costa Rican Isthmus company signed an alliance with Plug and Play Tech Center, a North American company from Silicon Valley.
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