Latin America Trends: So Far, So Close

Posted December 31, 2007 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies Cutter Benchmark Review

¡Hola y Bienvenidos! Welcome Latin America (LA) to our Cutter Benchmark Review Addendum. Considering how "flat," close, and connected technology has transformed our world, we should not be surprised if similar trends will define IT shops and systems. But do LA companies have other worries? Bear in mind that each country is different. I would like to highlight some differences that have shown up in Southern South America (SSA), specifically in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay as a group, compared with the rest of LA.

About The Author
Jorge Ronchese
Jorge V.A. Ronchese is CEO of Suival, the business-IT consulting firm that is Cutter's representative in Argentina and Chile. Mr. Ronchese's wide view of IT/IS management has inspired the Suival Unified Model (SUM) and the metaphor and concepts of Information@risk, a general framework for security of information for companies under ISO 17799 (ISO 27001). He has also developed the "Future Value Tree" thinking tool, a simple graphical method that… Read More
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