“I feel privileged to be among the biggest champions of outsourced services in the Western Hemisphere” said Cesar DOnofrio. “I am also thankful to the Nearshore Americas for supporting this fast-growing industry."
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
Making Sense, an international IT software development firm strongly committed to raise market awareness of the Argentine software sector as an outsourcing destination, announced today that its CEO Cesar DOnofrio has been chosen as one of the most influential executives on the Americas outsourcing scene by the Nearshore Americas.
The 2013 Nearshore Americas’ Power 50 Ranking Nomination has been recently published bringing to light the spark and inspiration that powers the Nearshore business community. The company wants to congratulate the achievements of 50 hardworking and passionate entrepreneurs.
It was a five-month nomination and review process. The Criteria for evaluation this year, outlined on the nomination page, included the candidate’s record of personal achievement, commitment to raising industry standards and also the level of engagement the person has shown in driving visibility and thought leadership in the evolving Nearshore community.
Making Sense’s CEO Cesar DOnofrio has been chosen as one of the most influential executives on the Americas outsourcing scene today. According to the Latin America outsourcing authority, all 50 candidates “demonstrate the real character of this emerging, chaotic and scrappy young industry.”
For the past 18, years Cesar has dedicated his time to create cloud computing and business intelligence services. As a co-founder and CEO of Making Sense since 2006, a consulting company specialized in providing enjoyable and profitable applications, Cesar has become an outsourcing leader. Through its dual headquarters in San Antonio, TX and Bs As, Argentina Making Sense provides services to some of the biggest U.S. companies such as AMD, Dell, Microsoft, Best Buy and Advantage Rent-A-Car. As of today, Making Sense, a company that started with only four employees has grown to welcome nearly 120 employees who emphasize creativity with a focus on User Experience. Every day, DOnofrio and his team work together from the two opposite sides of the Americas helping change the image of nearshoring from a conventional to a modern one.
“I feel privileged to be among the biggest champions of outsourced services in the Western Hemisphere,” said Cesar DOnofrio. “I am also thankful to the Nearshore Americas for supporting this fast-growing industry and inspiring executives to raise their standards and demonstrate new initiatives.”
Aside of his dedication to creating IT services, Cesar's enjoys giving back to his community and promoting corporate social responsibility. It is for this reason that he actively provides insights in conferences, events and to the press. In March and April of 2012 for example, he was a panelist at several events at SIG and at the Nearshore Nexus in New York. He is currently scheduled to be a panelist at the SIG 2013.
As a true leader of outsourcing Cesar has helped organize the 2011 conference Argentina’s IT services in the US where he discussed the importance of Latin America’s IT industry, and shared marketing tips on how to enter the U.S. market. At present, he works closely with the Argentine government to promote Argentina ITO capabilities.
To advance nearshoring Cesar contacted the Argentine Ministry of External Relations and Culture, in partnership with Argentine Chamber of Software to carry an outsourcing mission involving Argentina and the U.S. He is also among the entrepreneurs who has successfully helped Argentina Software become stronger by adopting the Agile software development methodology.
The hardest challenges on Cesar’s career have turned him into the exemplar outsourcing leader that he is today.
About Making Sense
Making Sense is an IT company specialized in the development and implementation of software and web applications for different companies. It has over 120 employees who work in different offices located in United States, Argentina and Mexico.
The company is determined to offer the latest tendencies in the market and has several partners around the world. Some of its most important clients include Rackspace, DELL and AMD. Making Sense’s most important products include Doppler the most used Email marketing tool in Latin America that allows you to create, send, analyze & optimize your Email Marketing campaigns in a very simple, fast and effective way, and Lander that allows the creation of landing pages in minutes.”
In recognition for its hard work fostering Argentina IT outsourcing to the U.S., on December 2012 Making Sense received a special mention at the Polo IT Buenos Aires end of the year event. Polo IT is a non profit Civil Association and concentrates over 160 computer engineering products and services in the city of Buenos Aires and the metropolitan area. The diploma was given to to our company in recognition for its hard work fostering Argentina IT outsourcing to the U.S.
Making Sense is constantly renewing its essence, offering high quality services and maintaining its unique spirit of passion and dedication.