¿Why Argentina?

Argentina demonstrates an important, consolidated, and sustained development within the software and computer services industry. The sector has accepted the challenge of responding to the growing demand for products and services of the 4.0 information age and the knowledge economy, by providing its highly competitive offering to the global market.

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The Argentine IT industry has demonstrated the highest levels of global expansion in the most demanding markets over the last 30 years. For this reason, it is considered by all governments to be strategically important for the country's economic development.

Argentina's differential

Legal framework

Legal framework

framework that promotes the development of the industry

Cooperation

Cooperation

between the government, academia and business enterprise

Insertion

Insertion

in new global markets and growth in exports

Adequate

Adequate

telecommunications infrastructure and coverage

Time zone

Time zone

Highly competitive offering

Universities

Thousands of IT companies have formed around the technological universities, distributed in more than 20 cities, forming diverse poles, clusters and regional entities with a nationwide presence.

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Argentina IT

Talent training

In cooperation with the government and the study centers, we participate in talent training, developing training plans in different technologies to train professionals and supply the growing demand for specialized IT resources.

The Ministry of Education promotes the creation of technical careers in computer sciences in more than a hundred universities and study centers throughout the country and draws up plans for university and college scholarships for students of computer science degrees.

Legislation

Following the approval of the Declaration of the Software Production Industry (Law 25.856) and the Promotion of the Software Industry (Law 25.922) that have provided the sector with a stable regulatory framework and generated tax advantages, the IT Industry has been positioned as the country’s most dynamic sector.

A new draft bill of the Knowledge Economy Law is also advancing. Once enacted, it will have a direct impact on investment in R&D, the creation of highly qualified jobs, foreign exchange income and the reduction of the tax burden on companies in the sector. This will create better conditions for the development of technological innovations, providing a secure regulatory framework for the IT industry.