With a view to jointly developing a research process, Morris & Opazo and the Centofec University of Costa Rica, have established an alliance during the month of May that will allow launching new projects in the area of cloud technologies that promote, Among others, new opportunities for inclusion and continuous training, as well as the transfer of knowledge.
For Ulses Agüero, representative of Ucentofec, working with Morris Opazo, “seeks to produce research programs in areas of artificial intelligence and software, which allow in alliance, in the shortest possible time, to give the answers that the technological market demands”.
“The specialization in computing and digital technologies, as well as the focus of permanent proximity to business activity by this university, is married to the philosophy of Morris & Opazo, whom we recognize as a company with a high level of quality and worthy representative of Chile in this matter”.
Thanks to the attributes we share, the projects we build will be of benefit to both, especially in the case of Ucentofec, because it will significantly impact its undergraduate and graduate university programs, Machine Learning, Data Warehouse and technologies in the Cloud and Analytics integration.
Marcelo Rybertt, Country Manager of Morris & Opazo in this regard is convinced that this agreement “invites us to a complex task of training, growth and continuous personal and professional development” and at the same time, “it is a unique opportunity that calls for closer ties with other Latin American countries in order to optimize the education and training of all professionals in the technology area”.
En este encuentro que se realizó a nivel digital, se abordaron además “los nuevos desafíos generados por la pandemia del Covid19 en cuanto a necesidad en materia de datos, inteligencia artificial y desarrollo de software moderno, áreas vitales para el sector educativo”, que según Marianela Romero, representante comercial de ProChile en Costa Rica y anfitriona del evento “deben ser abordados con prontitud para optimizar las competencias y experiencias universitarias que permitan incorporar a nuevos profesionales”.
In this meeting that was held at the digital level, they also addressed “the new challenges generated by the Covid pandemic19 in terms of the need for data, artificial intelligence and modern software development, vital areas for the education sector”, which according to Marianela Romero, commercial representative of ProChile in Costa Rica and host of the event “must be approached promptly to optimize university skills and experiences that allow the incorporation of new professionals“.
From ProChile “this international promotion of the services sector has been a vital axis, not only for its contributions to the diversification and certification of our export matrix, but also because it adds to the economic reactivation of Chile. As a country, we have experience in human capital, contributions from companies, the recently installed 5G network, first-rate digital infrastructure and numerous commercial treaties and agreements”, explained Rodrigo Valenzuela, representative of ProChile’s Department of the service sector and industry 4.0.
Efforts have been made to design internationalization strategies, in close and permanent collaboration with companies, associations and unions, in order to strengthen our image abroad, he recalled.
The signing of the alliance was also attended by Álvaro Guzmán, First Secretary of the Chilean Embassy in Costa Rica, who took the opportunity to recall that between “Chile and Costa Rica there is a great affinity, a chemistry that has favored cultural and political relations. , commercial, democratic and social”, which will allow this alliance to report new benefits, particularly in terms of technology for both countries.
- Representative of the agreement by the UCentofec University: Steven Guerrero
- Political representative: Álvaro Guzmán, First Secretary of the Chilean Embassy in Costa Rica.
- Representative of the Department of the service sector and industry 4.0 of ProChile: Rodrigo Valenzuela
- Marcelo Rybertt, Country Manager at Morris & Opazo.
- Commercial representative of ProChile in Costa Rica and host of the event: Marianela Romero.
- Representative of the UCentofec rectory: Ulses Agüero.
- Other representatives of UCentofec: Daniel Samper, Manager; Paula Brenes, Commercial and Innovation Director and Sergio Morales, professor at UCentofec.