Exclusive Report: Groundbreaking Analysis of Mexico Outsourcing Landscape Drawing on buy-side and vendor-side interviews, various data sources, and proprietary surveys, the comprehensive analysis offers a telling look at the country's tech and business services in 2012 and beyond.
Mexico is a top 5 destination for nearshore/offshore services, according to a recent Gartner study. But why? Why is Mexico becoming such a popular choice for sourcing? What advantage can Mexico offer over more traditional sourcing destinations like India, China, or Eastern Europe? And what role does MexicoIT, the partnership between the government and private sectors, play in enhancing Mexico as a sourcing market? Join our panel of experts as they explore the factors that specifically identify Mexico as an attractive location for nearshoring... View Video
Featured Analyst Firm: Gartner
Speakers: Frances Karamouzis, Eduardo Ruiz Esparza, Michele Harle
Type: Video (20 minutes)
MexicoIT is an initiative executed by the National Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (CANIETI), an industry association of leading IT companies in Mexico, and is supported by the Mexican Ministry of Economy through the Program for the Development of the Software Industry (PROSOFT).
The MexicoIT mission is three-fold:
•Introduce global companies to Mexico as the world-class quality, true nearshore alternative for IT solutions
•Demonstrate the business benefits of investing in MexicoIT industry
•Manage inquiries and consultations from global IT industry representatives interested in doing business with Mexico.
MexicoIT industry is a proven and trusted business partner to U.S. companies thanks to consistent delivery of innovative solutions and disciplined processes that meet the highest internationally accepted certification standards.
Doing business with Mexico provides the business benefits that come with cultural similarities, geographic and temporal proximity, political stability and a defined framework in the NAFTA trade agreement that provides legal and IP protection.
Thanks to the PROSOFT program and the Mexican government's commitment to the continued growth of MexicoIT industry, IT firms established in Mexico can receive cash grants of up to 50% of the total cost of their project and tax credit of up to 30% of the total R&D expense.