Nearshore Americas

Jim Souder Joins Unosquare as a VP, Client Partner

Unosquare LLC, an industry leader in the provision of software development, software testing and application support from Latin America, announced recently that Mr. Jim Souder has joined the company as Vice President, Client Partner. Souder will help lead the company in the areas of sales, marketing, and sales partner development.

“We are thrilled to have Jim’s industry knowledge and business development skills as part of the Unosquare team,” said Mike Barrett, Unosquare’s CEO and co-founder.

Most recently, Souder was employed by CDI IT Solutions as a Director and head of sales for the Southwest regions of the United States.  He was responsible for the aggregate production of a sales team that generated over $40m in yearly revenue and led the successful implementation of IT outsourcing engagements for Fortune 1000 clients across the region.

Prior to CDI, Souder was a senior manager for Accenture where he was responsible for sales and implementation efforts for  Systems Integration clients on the West Coast.  There he executed strategic and operational plans that greatly improved the division’s productivity and increased growth. He also held leadership roles at influential IT outsourcing firms like Keane, HCL, and james martin + co.

“Jim’s extensive IT outsourcing experience on a global level, combined with his leadership roles in formulating and executing sales and marketing initiatives for some of the leading companies in this space will play a critical role in Unosquare’s aggressive growth strategy,” said Barrett, “We look forward to leveraging Jim’s knowledge and experience to continue capturing high profile clients and exciting projects for our fast growing company.”

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Souder holds a BS degree in computer sciences from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois


Kirk Laughlin

Kirk Laughlin is an award-winning editor and subject expert in information technology and offshore BPO/ contact center strategies.

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