Director General, Mexico, Caribbean and Central America
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Companies increasingly expect employees to reinvent themselves, so leaders responsible for hiring tech talent must do the same, writes Alberto Alesi.
AI in recruitment as a new technology is showing incredible promise. It is a fast-growing space ripe with many market entrants, writes Alejandro Paz.
Fran Villalba Segarra
Internxt Universal Technologies SL
The simple truth is that cloud storage is cost-effective and great at minimizing risk, writes Fran Villalba Segarra.
Traceability in manufacturing not only provides visibility but it can also help protect your brand, writes Mauricio Blanc.
Director for Trade Promotion
Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
Japanese company participation at Industrial Transformation Mexico event highlights Mexico’s trade and investment importance, writes Daisuke Shiga.
Use of AI in Latam is in an early stage, largely because a great part of the economy lies in small and midsized companies, writes Aldo Luevano.
Director of Industry
Minsait, an Indra company
Vision and sensor tech, in connection with AI models, will allow traceability schemes to be established in workflows, writes Guillermo Bilbao.
Grupo Bimbo, Colgate Palmolive, HEB, BBVA, La Comer and Chedraui were recognized for implementing best practices and technological innovations.