- There are already 13 companies from Córdoba that have joined the regional knowledge economy system.
- The Ministry of Science and Technology handed over the corresponding certificate to Inthegra Software and Seabury Solutions.
The Minister of Science and Technology, Pablo de Chiara, handed over the certificates confirming the integration of two new companies into the knowledge economy system in Cordoba.
It’s about signatures Inthegra . Program And Seabury . Solutions, which – which Entering this system, they can get tax breaks from county taxes, work benefits and training for new jobs they incorporate.
in this way, There are already 13 local companies that have joined the knowledge economy, which is understood in Córdoba as a set of activities characterized by the generation and application of knowledge and techniques to create or transform products and/or services of high added value.
Accompanying Minister De Chiara, the Ministry’s Knowledge Economy Team: Federico Sedevic, Secretary of New Technologies and Knowledge Economy, and Consuelo Escribano Martinez, Regional Director of Knowledge Economy.
remarkably Córdoba is the first province in the interior of the country in activities related to EoC.
To learn more about the regional knowledge economy system, enter: https://mincyt.cba.gov.ar/economia-del-conocimiento/
It’s a company Low code business software development specialist that strives to quickly deliver high-quality business software applications and solutions through the power of Oracle’s low-code technology.
What is more, Its goal is to lead its customers’ experience with the flexibility, speed, quality and scope they need to adapt to their changing business needs.
Inthegra has been providing solutions with tools that represent the future in business application development for over 15 years.
They are a leading global advisory firm in the development of aviation and aviation software.
The company was established in 2002 and Provides world-class aviation information technology solutions to airlines around the world. In addition, they develop a series of products that improve the decision-making process.
that it The global office network is located in Argentina, Ireland, the Netherlands, the United States, Germany, Kenya, Australia, Korea and the Philippines.
Its products include maintenance systems for airlines and MROs, security management software for aviation authorities, and a variety of performance analysis tools within the EPAS Suite.
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