The forum “Transfomación tecnológica en la Venezuela de hoy” (Technological transformation in today’s Venezuela) will be held on November 7th at the UNIMET (Metropolitan University) of Caracas; there, experts in the area will address a forum on the transforming use of digital tools. This venue will have the active presence of MásQueSeguridad, a company leaded by Rafael Núñez Aponte, as our General Manager Lino Simoes, will perform the lecture.
And is that Simoes, will be one of the many executives in the area that will say present in an activity, in which, he has revealed to be highly honored for all that represents at the commitment level for Venezuela. “Through our organizations we want to help rescue and reinforce the values of the technological companies that continue to bet on our country”, said addressing to the topic.
“We want to orient them regarding to the good practices, as well as, creating new potential and value from this”, Lino said, pertaining to the issues that will be addressed in his lecture.
Our manager, as same as, Rafael Núñez, knows very well how valuable this endorsement is to the development and transformation of the country; in that sense, he assured that in MásQueSeguridad, this will be the corner stone that will operate its path in the immediate. “Our value is to believe. We believe that Venezuelans can transform the technology and set it at the service of economic and social development, where high-density innovation is generated for the benefit of everyone”, he assured.
Other lecturers that will participate in the forum will be, Edwin Oricco, Senior Manager and Specialist in cyber security of PwC Venezuela (who will lecture about how to find opportunities within the risks) and Fernando Durán, from Ávila-Go (who will present the conception of his organization: e-Commerce as a guarantor for companies in order to make them achieve a maximum acceleration through technology.)
The goal of the forum “Transfomación tecnológica en la Venezuela de hoy”, promoted by the British Venezuelan Chamber of Commerce (CVBC) –for its acronym in Spanish– through its Committee of Information and Communication Technology (TIC) –for its acronym in Spanish– is to turn it into a fertile territory where everyone from advanced students to new professionals and sector executives have the chance to debate and exchange their experiences.