Kibernum changes; a step forward

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Kibernum changes; a step forward

2016 holds great challenges and Kibernum has been prepared to successfully face them. We talked with Mario Araya, General Manager of the company, who told us about the changes that will make Kibernum a company even more competitive technology services.

 

One of the great innovations in the company is changing organizational structure in which based on 4 business units to move to a single Commercial Management and Operations Management structure is eliminated. Mario Araya explains that “this decision was made to achieve greater efficiency and focus efforts that allow us to better understand the needs of our customers and thus provide better service.”

 

In charge of the new Commercial Management is Marcelo Solari (former People IT Manager) and Jorge Gajardo in charge of the Operations Department.

 

A little history

 

Kibernum born in 1991 to be a software developer, but time later, in 1994, and with the appearance of Windows, the company decides to turn to an edge unexploited then in Chile: the supply of services IT outsourcing professionals.

 

In 1996 there were more than 100 employees and a year later the success was such that the company billed US $ 1 million annually. With this significant growth, Kibernum making the determination to create the Service Selection IT People in 1999.

 

In 2006, when Mario Araya, General Manager Kibernum is distinguished as Entrepreneur Endeavor, Kibernum and was the principal company for the category IT outsourcing people in Chile, reaching 40% of the domestic market share. Four years later the company gets the CMMI-2 Evaluation and its number of employees reaches more than one thousand. A perfect environment to open a new service: Training Kibernum.

 

Today, with 25 years of experience in Chile and offices in Colombia, it has strengthened Kibernum other service areas such as software engineering, BPO and Training which will allow further enhance the competitiveness of organizations.

 

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