New Technology Firm in Panama
Actualisap, company focused on systems to standardize administrative processes, started operations in the country.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
The Chilean company initiated business by moving technical personnel and foreign analysts whom will be responsible for operations during the first year.
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.
Investments by Panama are resulting in it being positioned next to Chile in the 2013 Information Technology ranking by the World Economic Forum.
The Honduran state-owned telecommunications company has announced it will invest in new technologies to be brought to market next year.
Named 'Pro Curve', the center will focus on developing wireless networking software, data management and network security.
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