US technology services vendor Sryas installed a software development center in Mexico City in an apparent bid to leverage Mexico’s nearshoring advantages.
Proximity and time zone alignment with the United States make Mexico a perfect destination to launch the technology center, stated the company in a press release.
“The ultra-modern nearshore development center in Mexico will establish services in central time zones to further support and serve our existing and future clients,” stated Vish Ramesh, Founder and CEO of Sryas.
Sryas has given no information as to how many people it plans to hire in Mexico.
Introducing our new Delivery Center in the thriving technology hub of Mexico City. We’re thrilled to build a dynamic team here & hyper-collaborate with such a diverse community of fearless innovators. 💡
Why we think Mexico is an awesome place to work: https://t.co/UAoT5TP4Mo pic.twitter.com/Rt01oUtHzk
— Sryas (@SryasInc) October 14, 2022
Ramesh, schooled in the Indian city of Bangalore, claimed in a series of tweets that remote working was not difficult to adopt for Sryas’ employees, adding that they were familiar with it long before the pandemic struck.
The Florida-based firm provides data analytics, software development, application modernization and systems integration services, with telecom and tech-enabled companies being its main clients.
Its data analytics platform (Analance) makes it easier for companies to acquire deeper insight into their own operations.
Founded in 2003, Sryas runs two delivery centers in Canada, another one in India and one more in the Philippines. The Mexican office will serve primarily clients in North America.