November marks a very exciting month for Unosquare as they open their new delivery center in León, Guanajuato!!
Expansion efforts began last summer as Unosquare doubled office space at their Guadalajara location. They now look forward to broadening operations and supporting their continued growth with the opening of their second delivery center.
With offices in the US and Mexico, the company provides healthcare, eCommerce, and global technology companies with Nearshore IT consulting and software development services. The company was voted number 29 out of the 100 fastest growing private companies in Oregon for 2013.
Their new center, located in central Mexico, will attract the same exemplary talent that the company employs in Guadalajara. With a current capacity for 50 employees, their León team can expect the same state of the art facilities and robust benefits that set Unosquare’s hiring practices apart from other Latin American employers.
“We have brought outsourcing closer to home by building a robust Nearshore staffing operation that supports two delivery centers,” shared Mike Barrett, Unosquare CEO. “We have brought outsourcing closer to home by building a robust Nearshore staffing operation that supports two delivery centers,” shared Mike Barrett, Unosquare CEO.
Unosquare expects that this new delivery center will catapult their ability to sustain their growth and maintain their excellent service record, while providing the lower cost model and lack of competition for engineering talent that their clients have grown to value.
Leon, Mexico has over 1 million residents and a well regarded University system. The area is also well known for its production of leather goods and safety. There is also an international airport with direct flights from Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City, among other locations.
The new location is not far from Unosquare’s longstanding Mexico headquarters. “Leon is about 2 hours by car from our main location in Guadalajara”, said Barrett, “so we can easily support the expansion with existing leadership and support.”