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Mário Ramos appointed for management team role to drive business strategy in the North of Latin America

WeDo Technologies, a worldwide leader in Enterprise Business Assurance (EBA) announced Mário Ramos as its new Vice President for Central America. The move will enable WeDo Technologies to drive new investment in the Central American region and further strengthen its position in the multinational software industry across the telecoms, retail, energy, finance and healthcare sectors.

Mário Ramos joined WeDo Technologies in January 2013 as Business Development Director for Managed Services before becoming a company Vice President. As Vice President for Central America, he will be responsible for developing and executing WeDo Technologies’ business development strategy in a number of countries, including: Mexico (the headquarters for the region), Panama, Cuba, Venezuela, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Colombia, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Suriname, Guyana and French Guiana.

Mário Ramos has more than thirty years’ experience in business development, having held strategic roles within the IT and Telecom industries at Digital Equipment Corporation, Hewlett Packard, Lucent Technologies, Motorola and Juniper Technologies.

Mario Ramos-WeDo Technologies
Mario Ramos-WeDo Technologies

RuiPaiva, CEO of WeDo Technologies said of the announcement: “The pace of the multi-industry software sector in Central America is accelerating and we are seeing an increasing number of service providers in the region ask for our help developing next-generation EBA strategies. Mário Ramos’s leadership in the region will be central to the continued growth of our international customer base. With his deep engineering experience, strong customer-oriented approach and industry track-record, he will be a valuable asset as we expand our efforts in this geographic region.”

“The Latin American technology landscape is moving from strength to strength, with huge impact for industry sectors such as telecoms and retail. With these changes come a number of new business challenges that need to be faced and handled effectively and efficiently in order to protect both the customer experience and the bottom line. I am thrilled to be appointed for this new challenge and very happy to be based in Mexico. I look forward to working together with the team to further expand WeDo Technologies’ multi-industry capabilities in the market and build on the company’s leading position in Enterprise Business Assurance,” said Mário Ramos.