Deloitte expands its presence in Querétaro

Queretaro, Qro. Deloitte, a consulting firm, expanded its Regional Technology Services Center in Mexico (Americas Regional Delivery Center, ARDC) – one of its six centers worldwide – located in the capital of Querétaro, in the Empresalia complex.

The expansion consists of adding two new floors to the ARDC, a space from which its collaborators provide technological consulting services with the aim of supporting global clients, through technology and consulting projects, so that they remain at the forefront the trend in digital transformation.

From this space the firm has 1,000 collaborators, anticipating that this year 500 more will be incorporated and within four to five years it will triple the current number to add a total of 3,000 workers, explained the global director of Deloitte Consulting for the United States of America , Gregory T.Kelly.

During the announcement of the company’s expansion, the executive said that they have a training system that is designed to train students who graduate from local universities, a preparation scheme that will feed the company’s growth plans.

In June 2021, he explained, they hired 300 university students, in addition to 300 people with experience in the labor market, with the expectation of maintaining this growth in the coming years.

“We are proud of our growth, in our collective successes, of being in Querétaro and of giving something back to the community,” he said.

Governor Mauricio Kuri González highlighted the company’s growth plan five years after being installed in the state, in 2017, when it employed 120 people.

“A company that arrived in 2017 currently has 1,000 people working and hiring 500 people in the short term (…) That wants to triple it in five years, that is, the great potential it has for Querétaro,” he declared.

The firm provides support from Querétaro to more than 400 clients around the world, providing support to the regions of Latin America, Europe and part of Asia.

talent incubator

The secretary of Sustainable Development (Sedesu), Marco Antonio Del Prete Tercero, added that the company’s formation model in the state has turned its offices into an incubator of talent in technology services, which is a reflection of the triple helix that is implemented in the state and that links industry, academia and government.

The ARDC is made up of the areas of automation, using robotics and cognitive technology; human resources and transformation strategies; digital commerce and marketing solutions; user experience and performance of organizations; optimization, etc.

From this regional center, application development, implementation, testing, support and maintenance services are provided in English and Spanish; in addition to being a hotbed of talent in technology services for recent graduates from Querétaro and surrounding areas.

During 2021, the manufacture of computer equipment reached a value of 11,523 million pesos in the state.

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