ITS InfoCom Inaugurates Bogota Offices

Latin America's first multinational integrated infocommunication services provider has invested $2.2 million in the development of its corporate presence in the Colombian market.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

The amount invested will increase to $5.2 million in 2011 and the number of ITS InfoCom “knowledge workers” is expected to go from 71 to around 150.

Costa Rica president, Laura Chinchilla, inaugurated the ITS InfoCom's new Bogota facilities on Friday. The company provides integrated telecommunication, IT and multimedia services.

"Costa Rica, through ITS InfoCom, is taking part in Colombia's technological development," the president told a meeting of businesses, public sector employees and professionals. "I am pleased to see the progress made by the leading Costa Rican company in information technology and communication," she added.

ITS InfoCom's clients are made up of telecommunications operators such as Comcel, ETB, Millicom, Telefónica, Telmex, Tigo and Une as well as multinational corporations such as Argos, British American Tobacco, Grupo Bancolombia, Grupo Nacional de Chocolates, Icetex, Monsanto, Promigas, Terpel, TransUnion and WorleyParsons.

Vladimir Vargas, ITS InfoCom president and CEO, commented that, "our mission in Latin America is to facilitate links between people and communities".

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