Zoho company will invest US$10 million in Mexico during the next five years
QUERETARO – Zoho, a software development company, will invest close to US$10 million in Mexico in the next five years, stated to Raju Vegesna, chief evangelist of the firm.
In an interview, the manager emphasized that the most important goal for the company is the client’s success: “We want to support them, make sure they succeed.As they are successful, we will be. The success of the client is our key objective,” he said.
The company that recently opened its operations center in Querétaro indicated that business in Latin America will be handled from Mexico, except Brazil.
Vegesna added that the amount of investment could increase depending on the growth they notice in the region.
Zoho currently has more than 7,000 employees around the world on five continents and has offices in Austin, Texas (USA); Pleasanton, California (EU); Chennai, India; Renigunta, India; Tenkasi, India; Yokohama, Japan; Beijing, China; Singapore; Byron Bay, Australia; Utrecht, The Netherlands; and Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and, recently, Querétaro, Mexico.
The Indian company, which has been operating for 22 years, reached a global scale of 45 million users in 180 countries, a growth of 39% on an annual basis.