Discover IT Summit Mexico

An invitation-only, hosted summit, IT Summit Mexico is your opportunity to explore the technology advances taking place in Mexico and how they can benefit your business. It is also a unique networking event for business and technology executives to explore the "nearshore outsourcing hub of the United States." Hear from vendors, and gain perspectives from industry experts and officials about Mexico's growing software and IT services sector.


According to experts Mexico is considered the "nearshore outsourcing hub of the United States" with approximately 95 percent of its clients coming from the U.S., Mexico’s IT industry is a reliable and trusted business partner to US companies.


Doing business with Mexico provides:

  • The business benefits that come with political stability and a defined framework that provides legal and IP protection (NAFTA).
  • Mexico’s shared time zone enables real-time solutions and easy exchange of information between US clients and Mexico IT providers.
  • Geographical proximity reduces total expenditure in air travel and telephone communications.

  • Nearshoring – offshoring to a border country – facilitates face-to-face
    meetings and facility visits, enhancing trust and peace-of-mind.
  • Mexico’s growing software and IT services development sector comprises nearly 500,000 IT professionals.

Companies wishing to establish innovative IT service operations in Mexico are eligible for incentives that may minimize their initial investment, thus reducing the TCO for operations in Mexico. Those who invest in Mexico’s technology industry get tax credits for R&D, a reduction of corporate taxes and no value-added tax for exported services.

Software & Services Growth

Mexico’s growing software and IT services development sector comprises nearly 500,000 IT professionals. The attrition rate is very low, at about 5%. 121 universities include programs educating youth about global industry requirements and close to 65,000 new IT professionals are graduating from universities or technical schools each year.

Incentives

Companies wishing to establish innovative IT service operations in Mexico are eligible for incentives that may minimize their initial investment, thus reducing the TCO for operations in Mexico. Those who invest in Mexico’s technology industry get tax credits for R&D, a reduction of corporate taxes and no value-added tax for exported services.