Making Sense at the 2013 Georgia Technology Summit

Cesar DOnofrio, CEO of Making Sense announced today that he will be traveling to Atlanta, Georgia to participate in the Georgia Technology Summit (GTS).

In recent years the Argentine technology sector has grown considerably positioning the country as a leading one in this service offerings as well as innovation coming out from Latin America.

Today, Making Sense is one of the leading IT companies in the Argentine tech sector currently outsourcing to the U.S. The company is strongly committed to raise market awareness of the Argentine software sector as an outsourcing destination, and to introduce Argentine software firms to potential customers in the U.S.

This is the second consecutive year that Making Sense participates in such prestigious event. The Georgia Technology Summit highly contributes to the growth of United States companies by promoting the fastest-growing tech clusters in the state while gathering together entrepreneurs, C-level executives, technology professionals and academia.

Since it was founded in 2006, Making Sense has dedicated its efforts to offering excellent software strategic services, as means of creating long and lasting relationships between companies and their clients. The company is strongly committed to create applications that are enjoyable for users and profitable for partners always implementing cutting edge technologies.

About the event

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) who is organizing the Georgia Technology Summit  is devoted to create public awareness on the fastest tech clusters including health IT, information security, financial technology, logistics and communication services. It also brings the technology community together through events, initiative programs and networking opportunities.

Making Sense is also committed to public awareness of the IT Sector and has participated in many events that foster innovation, creativity, and interaction such as the SXSW, the GTS, and the Argentine Trade Mission to Austin, Houston and Atlanta

In last years the entrepreneur Cesar DOnofrio has been advocated to raise awareness on the Nearshore Model and helped many U.S. companies to discover the potential of the Argentine tech sector. He has been working in partnership with the Argentine Ministry of External Relations and Culture (Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto), the Chamber of Software and IT Services Companies of Argentina (CESSI) and Polo IT, a non-profit association of Buenos Aires-based software firms.

The leader in the global delivery of IT technology Cesar DOnofrio made reference to the participation of Making Sense in the Georgia Technology Summit and said “As a company that is constantly renewing its essence, offering high quality services and maintaining its unique spirit of passion and dedication attending the Georgia Technology Summit is a Must.”