ScreenIT, a Mexican staff leasing and IT outsourcing services provider, has announced plans to deliver business development services to Canadian ICT companies in Mexico and throughout Latin America.
Through a strategic partnership with Branham Group, a Canadian strategic advisory firm, the two companies intend to develop ties with Mexico and Latin America as a means to tackle the country’s talent shortage, as well as capitalize on the growth of Canada’s ICT industry, and according to a joint press release.
“Mexico is emerging as a serious alternate source of cost-effective talent for Canadian companies” said Wayne Gudbranson, CEO of Branham Group.
“What is even more important is that these resources are in the same time zone. ScreenIT has positioned itself as a key source of talent in Mexico and Latin America. We believe they are well positioned to offer strategic value to the Canadian ICT sector.”
Within this new alliance, ScreenIT will take advantage of Branham’s Branham300 database, which includes expansive data in the Canadian ICT industry, detailing privately held and publicly traded tech companies in the country.
“The Branham300 ecosystem clearly demonstrates the depth and breadth of the Canadian ICT industry”, according to Eduardo Campos Segura, CEO, ScreenIT.
“Based on the performance of these top companies, their requirement for skilled staff and the importance of export markets for their growth we believe ScreenIT can be their talent partner in Mexico and of course the broader Latin American corridor.”
Both companies are now focused on realizing business development opportunities between Mexico and Canada.