After completion of the National Congress of Software and Information Technologies Clusters 2019, held in Chihuahua, was announced the venue for 2020 which will be the city of Guadalajara as host will be present the Jalisco Institute of Information Technologies (IJALTI, by its Spanish initials.)
Every year the National Council of Software and Information Technologies Clusters organizes the summit, known as mxTI, which has as an objective to coordinate the comprehensive development and teamwork of the 24 technological groups that integrate the organism and together represent about 1,000 companies in the country.
Magister conferences, themed panels, technological exhibition, workshops, linkage with international clusters, in addition of networking activities and the potential generation of business among participants, some of the activities will be seen in the next edition.
The XVII congress mxTI is addressed to students, professors, businessmen, entrepreneurs and executives from different sectors interested in applying more innovative solutions to encourage their businesses, as well as members of the clusters willing to know the trends related with technological groups management and identify the best practices from other clusters, besides strengthening the Council with their scope and impact.
The last edition in Chihuahua gathered about 300 people interested in learning about the potential of the TI Mexican Industry as an ally in digital transformation processes; among the outstanding subjects are the Internet of Things, smart cities, electro, mobility, smart factories, innovation, and other disruptive technologies.
“Hosting the mxTI Congress for the third time in these 17 editions, is an honor and a unique opportunity to show the great potential of our Jalisco cluster, as key member of the High Technology Ecosystem in terms of technological capabilities, in addition of sharing best practices with other clusters to contribute in strengthening of IT national industry,” assured Luis Valtierra, president of IJALTI.
Currently, IJALTI has 139 associated companies, from microbusinesses to big corporates, from a total of 300 companies identified in Jalisco, having the challenge of mapping them. Together, these organizations serve so diverse sectors such as technology, e-commerce, finance, entertainment, automotive, health, computer, safety, and Government.
“One of our objectives will be to include companies from our cluster not only to define thematic and scopes but being part of the operation. Likewise, we will be working closer to universities by inviting students, even seeking the possibility of providing students with scholarships in the State,” said Valtierra.