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Praxis Mexico, CMM 4

Business TypeBusiness Service (Transportation, finance, travel, Ads, etc)
Main MarketsNorth America South America Western Europe
Product/ServiceIT Outsourcing, Software Development, IT Consulting, Consulting
Business Owner
Employees501 - 1000 People
RegionMexico

Company Introduction

PRAXIS
PRAXIS is your best alternative because we understand that, to make outsourcing a success, a balanced mix of costs, productivity and quality needs to be designed.
Our experienced base of over 500 IT and business consultants, and a proven trek of over 10 years, will make sure that your outsourcing project results in a clear competitive advantage for your business.
PRAXIS, as an outsourcing alternative, is much more than just lower costs. We offer expertise, quality, high productivity levels and risk reduction.
Finally, specifically for the U. S. market, PRAXIS in Mexico offers the unique advantage of an outsourcing location with in depth knowledge of the U. S. culture, needs and ways of doing business.
- We are CMM level 4 certified development company as audited by the SEI (Software Engineering Institute) at the Carnegie Mellon University.
- We offer staff augmentation services and project development, and we are experienced with own line of software products.
- All of our development work is backed with our strict development methodology and project management practices. Our staff combines technical expertise and project management skills.
- We are a PMI (Project Management Institute) registered education provider and we have our own pool of PMP certified project managers.
While outsourcing has many clear advantages, it can be problematic if not planned carefully. Mexico offers different advantages in outsourcing when compared to other countries, like stable currency parity against the dollar, geographical location, similar business culture, and political stability. These advantages will help making your outsourcing project a success when it could have run into trouble in other countries like Russia or China.
In 2001, Mexico became Latin America's largest economy. Compared to the region's other major economies, Mexico enjoys the best combination of political stability and commercial opportunities. On Dec. 17, 1992, President Bush, Mexican President Salinas, and Canadian Prime Minister Mulroney signed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) . NAFTA proposed to eliminate restrictions on the trade of goods, services, and investment in North America. It was signed into law by President Clinton on December 8, 1993.
Additionally, Mexico was honored with the "Outsourcing Marketing Excellence" Award at the Midsize Enterprise Summit 2008 for successfully promoting the Mexican IT industry and helping it to effectively penetrate the US IT market. The recognition was awarded by United Business Media (UBM) and Gartner Research analysts at the event recently held in Dallas, Texas.
Finally, Mexico with a 150 million population, is a large market with abundant labor force. 30 per cent of these population is considered to have a purchasing power equivalent to Western European standards, this represents a segment of 30 million people with demands, skills and advantages comparable to any midsize European country.

Contact Information

Contact PersonMr. Alejandro Vazquez
Telephone52-55-50800048
Fax Number52
Website
Post Code06600
Address105 Insurgentes Sur, 11th Floor,, Mexico City, Federal District,
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