Belatrix Software inaugurated its third development center on May 5th in Buenos Aires. Belatrix currently has 400 employees, and this new center will help the company rapidly increase this number to a planned 1,200 in the next few years.
Belatrix Software, a leader in software development in Latin America, held its inauguration party at its new offices in the capital of Argentina. Belatrix expects that this new addition will help it continue to recruit top talent in the region, to enable it to further deliver and improve services to its clients
The company recently reached 400 employees, distributed between their offices spanning from Mendoza and Buenos Aires in Argentina, to Lima, Peru. Belatrix announced its plan to increase three-fold its number of employees, and reach 1200 people in the next four years. “Our landing in Buenos Aires is an achievement that leaves us full of excitement and energy. It’s a highly competitive market, but this center will enable us to continue to gather the best talent in the region” shared Luis Robbio, Co-Founder and CEO of Belatrix Software. “Growing in three different locations ensures we can keep up with, and surpass, the excellence our clients are used to, since we can access the biggest talent pools of Latin America”.
In addition to Belatrix’s executive team and key clients, Carlos Pallotti, Undersecretary of Technology Services and Products for Argentina’s Ministry of Production, attended the event. In a speech, he highlighted the importance of export-focused service companies for the Argentinian economy.
Carlos Pallotti also recently announced a new law intended to promote the development of the services industry in Argentina. The project plans to bring 100,000 new people to this growing industry, reflecting its tremendous potential. This project was the big announcement at Argencon, one of the most important business promotion missions to the USA that took place in April in New York. The event brought together CEOs and politicians from the most important companies from Argentina, with Belatrix among them.