Softtek, a global company dedicated to helping organizations evolve through digital technology, announces the opening of its new offices in Bogota, Colombia, which aim to serve the company’s clients globally and provide an unsurpassed working environment for its employees, aligned to post-pandemic hybrid working conditions.
The new facilities are part of Softtek’s accelerated growth plan in the country announced by the end of 2021. Likewise, by enabling a bigger and better physical capacity, with a vision in infrastructure, connectivity and state-of-the-art security, it exceeds the international standards demanded by clients, both local and from different countries that Softtek serves from Colombia.
“Colombia is a key country in the region and provides determining elements such as innovation, continuous growth and great talent specialized in digital technologies,” said Blanca Treviño, President and CEO of Softtek. “Our new offices fit the hybrid and remote work models by offering physical spaces that promote an attractive environment for our collaborators, allowing us to work with our clients in building a new and better future together.”
Softtek has had a presence in Colombia for more than 20 years serving the local business market. In November 2021, it announced the expansion of its capabilities in the country to export services and create approximately 1,000 jobs by 2023.
“We are confident that with these offices our clients will enjoy more and better opportunities to create digital solutions that increase their competitiveness and capacity for innovation. They will be continually surprised by the quality and creativity of Colombian talent,” said Luis Martinez, Country Manager of Softtek Colombia.
With more than 15,000 employees worldwide, Softtek offers more than 6,000 training and professional development programs, including the Codellege program, aimed at providing IT job placement opportunities for people in disadvantaged socioeconomic conditions.
“The opening of Softtek’s new offices proves that the city has the talent and capabilities as a platform for the expansion of multinational companies,” said Isabella Muñoz, Executive Director of Invest in Bogota. “Colombia’s capital is today a regional hub for software and IT services, a sector responsible for more than 35% of the foreign investment that came to the city in the first quarter of 2022,” she concluded.