Spanish IT and telecoms company Guadaltel finished 2010 with a new office in Chile and 25% growth in invoicing and trading volume, according to a company press release.
At the end of the year, Guadaltel opened an office in Santiago's financial district, as part of its plan to expand its operations in Latin America. The company said the move strengthened its efforts to become a leader in e-government and geographic information systems in the region.
On top of expanding in Chile, the company strengthened its domestic presence as well, branching outside of its headquarters in Spain's autonomous community of Andalucía. During the year, Guadaltel exported its technologies to public entities and organizations in areas that include Madrid, Basque Country and Castilla.
The company said it expects growth rates in 2011 to maintain an upward trend.