Nearshore Delivery Centers

Nearshore Delivery Centers

Softtek has more than 30 offices around the world – 15 of which qualify as Global Delivery Centers, as they comply with the following:

  • Robust communications infrastructure
  • Business continuity & Disaster Recovery plans
  • Mature recruiting & training capabilities
  • Strong security & regulatory compliance
  • Capability to host several clients in isolated physical and logical segments
  • Design for growth
  • Strong process rigor (Six Sigma, CMMi, ISO)
Our network of Global Nearshore Delivery Centers is comprised of the following:

North America

Mexico

  • Aguascalientes
  • Baja
  • Guadalajara
  • Mexico City (2)
  • Monterrey

US:

  • St. Luis, MO

Central America

Costa Rica:

  • Heredia

South America

Argentina:

  • Buenos Aires
  • La Plata

Brazil:

  • Fortaleza
  • São Paulo

Asia

China:

  • Wuxi

India:

  • Bangalore

Europe

Hungary:

  • Budapest

Spain:

  • La Coruna 

Monterrey
Rated as the #1 city in which to do business in Latin America by Fortune Magazine, Monterrey possesses many attractions.  Among the city’s features are:

  • modern telecommunications infrastructure;
  • a highly educated labor pool;
  • direct flights to Dallas Houston Miami, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Chicago;
  • a stable social, political and working environment.

Monterrey, the capital city of the state of Nuevo Leon, was founded in 1596 in a valley near the Sierra Madre Oriental, surrounded by the famous “Cerro de la Silla” (‘Saddle Hill,’ for its similar-looking shape).

This city is considered the industrial pole of Mexico, due in part to the presence of approximately 10,000 industries of different specialties that operate in the state: food production, beer, tobacco, glass, cement, plate, steel, chemical products, equipment, and machinery are just some of the most important production areas.

Nuevo Leon also stands out for its large commercial development, reflected in more than 25,000 businesses with diverse specialties established throughout the city.

Regarding high level education, Monterrey is the alma mater of the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), internationally renowned for the quality of its education techniques and the level of excellence of its graduates. The Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, the Universidad de Monterrey, and the Universidad Regiomontana, among other education institutions, place Monterrey as one of the most important education centers in Mexico.

Mexico City
Mexico City is the nation's capital and one of the largest cities in the world. The city owns a modern telecommunications infrastructure composed of thousands of miles of fiber optic cable, copper wire, and wireless. AT&T, MCI, Sprint, and Telmex provide voice and data services with modern infrastructure.

Mexico City is an important hub for airlines from Europe, North and South America. The number of flights to/from the U.S. ranges in the hundreds per day, making the city a very important and accessible business destination.

With a population of more than 20 million people, Mexico City and its metropolitan area host a growing number of universities, including campuses from Monterrey Tec, Universidad Nacional, Universidad Iberoamericana, ITAM, Universidad Anahuac, and Instituto Politecnico Nacional, which rank at the top of universities in Latin America.

Our Global Delivery Center in Mexico City is built in a technology park, sharing facilities with the Tec Milenio University campus Mexico City—a subsidiary of Monterrey Tec. Softtek works in collaboration with Tec Milenio to define the curricula of its students, to expose them to real life situations by working in internship programs, and to offer a rapid inclusion to post-grad life.

Aguascalientes
Located halfway between Mexico City and Monterrey, Aguascalientes represents an alternative to people that want to enjoy the infrastructure of a modern city, without the crowds. Being an industrial, mid-size city, Aguascalientes offers excellent power, telecommunication and transportation infrastructure, as well as an important talent pool. One of the main competitive advantages that Aguascalientes has is its privileged geographical location, right in the center of the Republic, which facilitates quick communication toward the metropolitan areas of Monterrey, Mexico, and Guadalajara. In addition to its proximity to those—the three largest cities in Mexico—Aguascalientes is strategically located in a business/industry corridor close to other mid-size cities (Leon, Guanajuato, Zacatecas).

Aguascalientes is a municipality that conserves the vestiges from its 400-year-old history. The area has a perfect balance of old and new worlds. The level of the population's well-being is within the five top entities nation-wide, with the highest levels in housing, health care, education, and electricity.

The city has an international airport that hosts direct flights from Houston and Dallas.

Baja
Ensenada boasts a protected harbor and modern port facilities, making it Baja California's leading seaport. Located within a 90-minute drive from San Diego, its easy accessibility by land, air or sea travel, have made Ensenada a favorite tourist spot any time of the year.

Fishing, canning, and winemaking are among its main industries. The warm Mediterranean climate, vineyards, museums, golf courses, whale watching, and beautiful beaches are just some of the factors that have made Ensenada to be considered as one of the most important ports on the Pacific Rim.

Softtek’s Global Delivery Center in Baja resides within the UABC campus (Universidad Autonoma de Baja California), which is the largest university in the region. Softtek and UABC have created a partnership to align the curricula of academic programs and to expose their students to world-class projects by participating in internship programs and getting them up to speed in their professional careers.

São Paulo
The main financial, corporate and merchant center of Latin America, São Paulo is one of the most influential Brazilian cities at the international level and considered one of the most globalized of the world.

São Paulo was chosen for the second time as the best destination in Latin America for its business, according to the annual study conducted by “América Economia Intelligence,” investigations unit of the communications company ‘América Economia.’  The analysis resulted in a ranking of the top 42 municipalities of the region for business, taking into account innovator potential, capacity to generate new businesses, telecommunication, security, quality and cost of living.

The capital has an excellent metro service that is considered one of the most modern and comfortable of the world, as well as 33 million taxis. There are over 200 heliports, with 500 helicopters, making it the second largest in the world.  In addition, it has the second contingent of private jets around the globe.

For air traffic, the city of São Paulo is accommodated by two airports: the International Airport of São Paulo, in Guarulhos; and the Congonhas Airport.  For small planes and helicopters, the airport used is Campo Marte.  More than 40 cities from another 23 countries connect regularly by commercial flights.  In the Congonhas airport there are connections with 70 local towns in nearly all of the Brazilian states.

The capital of the state of São Paulo has a temperate climate and is located in southeastern Brazil.  With an area of 1,530 km2 it is the fourth largest city in the world and in the Southern Hemisphere. In accordance with the IBGE, the population of the municipality of São Paulo is 10,886,518.

La Plata
Capital of the province of Buenos Aires, La Plata is an administrative, commercial, recreational and cultural center that possesses a magnificent architecture expressed in its foundational buildings, plazas, avenues and paths that are home to 600,000 inhabitants.

La Plata is a paradigm of advanced, urban planning dating of the nineteenth century.  It is also an example of the hygienic (ecological) movement that started gaining importance in that period.

In general terms its population is highly qualified, with a greater proportion of university students compared to other cities.  Since its foundation, it has been a place for excellence in education, serving as the facility for three universities:  Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (UTN), Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP) and Universidad Católica de La Plata (UCALP).  It also has important third, second and first establishments.

The zone in which it is located is extremely important to the growth of the Software industry, due to its:

  • Highly qualified manpower.  The city has a high register of IT in the universities previously mentioned.
  • Stable social political and working environment
  • Proximity to the capital, Buenos Aires
  • Good access to terrestrial communication; main national airports within 50 minutes

The Global Delivery Center in La Plata is located in the middle of the urban center, facilitating access and mobility of our associates and visits of our clients.  This center was inaugurated by the city mayor and Vice President of the nation Daniel Scioli (present governor of the province of Buenos Aires) and was presented as the facility of the first technological pole of the city.

A Coruña
A Coruña is located in the northwest corner of Spain.  The ‘Torre de Hércules’ (Hercules Tower) – the oldest, working Roman lighthouse – overlooks the city.  It is also known as the “City of Crystal” for its peculiar architecture in buildings close to the coast dock.

This delightful city has pleasant weather for the majority of the year, and it is a regular tourist destination spot for its gastronomy and local beaches.  Furthermore, A Coruña is known for its high quality of life among its inhabitants – a population of 250,000 people that make it the second most populous city in Galicia.

A Coruña is in communication to the north of the peninsula with Madrid with diverse Spanish cities along the highway.  Additionally, with only a two-hour flight to get to London, A Coruña has three airports in the area:

  • A Coruña Airport: direct flights to Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, London, Lisbon and Bilbao.
  • Santiago Airport: direct fights to the majority of the Spanish cities, as well as the main European capitals, such as London, Paris Frankfurt and Rome
  • Vigo Airport: direct flights to Madrid, Barcelona, Paris

There are three large universities in Galicia that generate more than 1,300 graduates each year.  The seven campuses of the Galician cities offer more than seven technical careers.

 
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