Surecomp has relocated its Chilean-based Latin American development and support centre. The move, made in order to provide an expanded working environment for staff, comes eight months after the establishment of Surecomp’s Latin American operation in Santiago, Chile. “In the short period that the Latin American development and support centre has been operating we have experienced tremendous growth and as a result have outgrown our existing office premises,” explained Vladimir Ramirez, Surecomp’s Vice President Business Development. “The Latin American development and support centre is an integral part of Surecomp’s ongoing initiative to provide regional customers with localized support.”
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