Software firm G&L eyes opportunities throughout Latin America

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Argentine software company G&L is considering export and expansion opportunities in markets throughout Latin America, media outlet Canal AR quoted the company's director, Edgardo Seijas, as saying.

According to Seijas, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Peru and Brazil show opportune prospects, while other areas to be developed include Central American countries such as El Salvador and Honduras. African countries like Angola are also presenting opportunities for expansion.

Seijas said securing local strategic partners is key for international expansion, in order to get a tight grasp on the needs and particularities of each market, thus helping to foster international marketing and services.

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G&L has pursued an extensive international agenda over the last year, participating in trade missions to Colombia and Peru organized by the Argentine foreign affairs office, as well as organizing business trips to Costa Rica and Panama. Furthermore, in September 2010, the company met with Belgium's science and technology minister in Brussels and attended the International Computer, Multimedia and Telecommunications Fair in Madrid.

The company has offices in Buenos Aires and Cordoba in Argentina, as well as in Uruguay, Spain and the US.