Peruvian programmers in great demand

Global demand of Peruvian programmers is highly increasing due to their high technical level, reported Wednesady the Peruvian Association of Producers of Sotfware (Apesoft).

This also implies better wages for these programmers, pointed out the President and General Manager of Apesoft, Yosif Humala.

"Latin-American and European companies are increasingly demanding Peruvian professionals who work in software creation and development because of their computer skills", the President of Apesoft said.

In this respect, he emphasized that Peruvian programmers' jobs is one of the most valuable in world software market for its productivity and qualification.

"Countries such as Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Spain demanded these services last year," he stated.

Microsoft Peru announced Wednesday his free assistance to 100 local emerging companies in the software creation and development in 2009.

This US$ 500,000 investment project will allow small business owners to generate technology for their administrative and accounting processes.

Publication: Andina - English Newswire
Provider: Andina
January 29, 2009

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