Mexico, like other countries in the world, has the most innovative and avant-garde technology it can offer to the national market, including international, said Martha Lozano, Alestra's director of marketing.
"We have identified that many times it is believed that the most innovative and avant-garde in technology is not in Mexico, and that is not true," he said in an interview with Notimex.
In that sense, he said that at Alestra Fest, the technological and telecommunications tour that seeks market-leading solutions and services that begins this Thursday in Tijuana, Baja California, shows that the same thing that is experienced in Europe, the United States, and other continents, we have it here in Mexico.
"It is through this disclosure of the latest in technology that we can tell all of Mexico that the technologies and avant-garde are here in the country, that we can offer them in their different communication requirements".
He added that technology is advancing by leaps and bounds, since 10 years ago when the Alestra Fest began, the most important thing was unified communications, that is, telephony services, instant messaging, and web conferences.
However, now, the tour brings solutions based on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud, Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT, for its acronym in English), cybersecurity, backups, corporate innovation, among others.
"The acceleration that technology has had in recent years has been exponential, what we are going to show 2019 is very different from what we showed in 2018 and we are talking about only months ago".
Organizations can find new waves of business, market, and new ways of operating that allow them to be more productive and support them to grow more quickly. He said that Alestra Fest has managed to remain as the benchmark event in the industry of telecommunications and information technologies at the business and government levels, and this year will bring together 12 corporate innovation companies and 11 leading manufacturers worldwide.
The objective is to promote the use of digital innovation in organizations by identifying the level of technological maturity and the steps necessary to digitize their business processes.
In its beginnings, the tour included the three main cities of the country: Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey, however, thanks to the high growth of new businesses in the border and the Bajío, the expansion of the event to Tijuana and Querétaro became imperative.