I feel that Mexico is moving fast in terms of infrastructure development. There are still a lot of opportunities, and different private companies as well as the government are playing a key role. Overall, I think that we are moving forward.
We have over 2,500 partners in Mexico of many different types. And through them, and through our solutions, we provide elements that cover our five priorities in different forms and ways.
If you look at it from the perspective of the amount of goods that we manufacture in Mexico, which is an extremely high number, we probably manufacture over $6 billion worth of products and services that are then exported to foreign markets. Generally, our operations in Mexico are an important part of Cisco’s worldwide business.
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More efficient and cost-effective, cloud computing stores massive amounts of information through just zeroes and ones. There is no reason why it shouldn’t be accessible from anywhere, and the technology also prevents people from losing data just because your hardware is lost or damaged.
Making books available on the web is right up our alley, as part of our mission is to make all of the world’s information universally accessible and useable. How the field develops will depend on several factors, including hardware innovations.
You have to be present online. Businesses also need to consider the role of internet advertising in inspiring the consumer’s first impulse to buy a product or service.
We are working and forming partnerships to provide services and integration with our suppliers and customers, seeking to supply everyone with the latest technology sourced by Huawei.
We see a very hopeful future. In Mexico, there are many natural resources, such as sun, wind, and water. Every company should take responsibility to shift to greener energy resources, and we are doing our part to improve efficiency and make green energy possible.
More than 100 million people live in the country, and the demand for telecommunications services is huge. Everyone wants to communicate via broadband and smartphones; Mexico’s market is large and very important for Huawei.
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The main driver for the adoption of SAP technology is closely related to productivity increases. Private sector customers seek to be more competitive and efficient, and demand technology that applies the best practices from all over the world. When clients choose SAP technology, they are using the best processes.
Mexico is a market that tends to have the latest technology available; adoption happens much earlier than in other regions. I believe that this is the case because Mexico is more integrated with the US and Europe, and many businesses must meet standard international practices.
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Given that we are not looking at one specific market, we are convinced that we can sustain strong growth for years to come. We are seeing an SAP in Mexico that is even larger and stronger than the competition, offering tremendous value to our customers.
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