Everyone knows the cloud is the place to be. This technology has proven its centrality to resilient, sustainable enterprise operations and future competitive advantage. If you’re not substantially on the cloud, you can’t hope to unlock the capabilities a modern business requires—greater flexibility, more agility and new opportunities for innovation. Enterprises that continue to delay a shift to cloud at scale aren’t just incurring an opportunity cost, they’re risking their very survival.
Cloud is also essential for scalability and elasticity. A multi-cloud infrastructure model enables businesses to scale up or down based on fluctuations in demand, which is increasingly important in the face of current and future uncertainty. The cloud is the smarter route to maximize value and elevate your business and the time to embrace its adoption its now.
are investing in cloud computing as their digital strategy (KPMG Corporate Services Costa Rica, 2020).
Amount of total cloud sales in Costa Rica that are exported (Procomer, 2019)
Among services companies in Costa Rica (Vital Statistics Survey, CINDE, 2019)
Of the customers of Costa Rican companies related to 4.0 technologies (Procomer, 2019)
Costa Rica ranks in Latin America (WEF, 2019)
in Computer Sciences on average in the last 5 years (CONARE, 2021)
Cloud computing is the biggest of the 4.0 technologies in Costa Rica (Procomer, 2019)
Was indicated among the digital strategies initiatives implemented by companies (KPMG Corporate Services Costa Rica, 2020).
will have cloud-native platforms as their foundation by 2025 — up from less than 40% in 2021.(Gartner, 2021)
Cloud computing's market by 2025 (Markets and Markets, 2021)
for the industrial sector across business units (McKinsey, 2020)
And have a real impact into EBIT across business functions (McKinsey, 2020)
Forecasted to grow the cloud computing market (Markets and Markets, 2021)
Citrix Workspace lets its customers store workloads anywhere they want, whether that’s completely in the cloud of their choice or in a hybrid scenario. Technical and customer success guidance is provided from the Costa Rican hub to ensure the customers best use of the platform.
Cloudera believes that data can make what is impossible today, possible tomorrow. That is why, the Silicon Valley born company with operations in Costa Rica, delivers an enterprise data cloud advancing digital transformation for the world’s largest companies.
P&G believes in a multi-cloud environment as the way forward in modern technology, and it is a key tool in the standardization of processes, improvement of the user/client experience, simplification and establishment of concrete measures and controls that are part of the continuous improvement process in the Costa Rican site.
DXC leverages the power of technology to deliver cloud services that modernize mainframe systems and maximize the use of data. With the right mix of on-premises and cloud infrastructure, DXC trusts its Costa Rican site to deliver mission critical cloud services that move the world.
Microsoft has been in Costa Rica for over 26 years, with a sales operation serving Latin America.
In 2017, the company announced a major investment and recruitment process in the country, including the customer service and the corporate digital sales areas.
The company grew from 80 employees to over 800 in nearly two and a half years, and projects to continue it’s growth.
Currently Microsoft Customer Service & Support (CSS) unit employs over 600 people providing assistance in deployment solutions in the cloud market with Azure Support.
Cloud capabilities like Windows Azure, SQL Azure and AppFabric stand among the offerings.
The operation serves USA, Central America, the Caribbean, and additional South American markets.
Some of the services provided include complex technical support such as service availability, quality, outrage management, subscription management correlations of usages and charges, and cost effective solutions architecture.
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DXC serves the Americas, primarily USA as well as EU, with strong links to Poland, India and Philippines. Form Costa Rica it serves +100 clients. During the COVID-19 crisis, DXC was able to provide business continuity with no business disruption to all of them, having its more that 1,800 Costa Rican staff working 100% from home. DXC Costa Rica has served as benchmark for response to its other operations globally.
Akamai Costa Rica aims to foster technological innovation in the company and in the community. That’s why it is home to the company’s 1st Innovation Lab globally with is called Danny’s Lab. Complementing the on-site space is a new mobile classroom that brings a teaching environment to remote communities so they can dream, create and learn through technology.
IBM's cloud-based learning platform powered by Watson artificial intelligence led to an average of 57 hours of learning per employee per year, through achieving a lifelong learning experience and positioning them for the emerging roles of the future.
Citrix is a strategic partner to its Customers, offering strategic solutions and not just technology. Although technology is certainly key to our business, the end-result we seek to achieve is not just customers to use our technology, but to potentiate the value their employees bring to their organization through that technology. In order to convey this message to our Customers, we need to ensure our staff is not just technically proficient, but also can connect at a human level. In Costa Rica, we have been able to find technically talented engineers who are also capable of creating the necessary trust bond with the customer, which is essential for our success.
The evolution of technology and digital transformation have increased the need for companies to generate innovation. Technology areas increasingly require greater agility, flexibility and security in their applications. With this new service, now provided from Costa Rica, we are consolidating our commitment to the country and help companies create a more agile and competitive IT environment.
We established in Costa Rica 26 years ago with the sales and marketing operations for the Central American market, it was 2 and a half years ago that Microsoft decided to establish in Costa Rica the customer service and the corporate digital sales area. We looked into Costa Rica specifically for being a country in which talent was a real highlight for Microsoft to invest and prioritize in the country for making this operation, which is now the biggest we have in Latin with more than 800.