AuraQuantic becomes a member the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, also known as CAMESCOM, to promote the development of its economic and business relations in the Latin American country. This agreement is in addition to those previously established with the Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Madrid, and the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Navigation of Valencia.
By virtue of this agreement, AuraQuantic reaffirms its international expansion plan and prepares to drive an effective and agile response to the digitization needs that the Mexican business ecosystem currently presents. This is confirmed by Pablo Trilles, CEO of AuraQuantic, when he commented that “Mexico has an enormous economic potential that will be capitalized through the implementation of disruptive technologies such as cloud, business process automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Business Intelligence”. In such a way that “we are excited to be part of the journey that the country is taking towards a circular and digital economy model”.
Currently, the company managed by Trilles has a strong international presence in Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. In the case of Latin America, it has a vast customer portfolio of companies and institutions in both the public and private sectors, including the Colombian Ministry of the Interior, Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM), Alquería, Ajinomoto, Bantrab, SISA Seguros and CardNET. Their success is thanks to the know-how and over 20 years of experience in the technology sector that consolidate AuraQuantic as a leading product in the market. Indeed, AuraQuantic has achieved prestigious awards, the most recent being named Leader in theTEC Insight Report for PMA Solutions and Top Performer 2023 in the category of BPM (Business Process Management) software.
The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Mexico has over 130 years of experience, since its foundation in 1890. This non-profit civil association, officially recognized by the Spanish government and working in collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in Mexico, aims to promote trade, investment and bilateral relations between the business fabric of both nations. Currently, the companies associated with CAMESCOM belong to a wide range of economic sectors and maintain a strong geographical presence, representing 85% of Spanish investment in Mexico.