Monday.com and Xertica team up to help Latin America’s transition to remote work
Xertica CEO says partnership reaffirms the company’s mission to promote digital transformation in Latin America
With social distancing impeding in-office environments, GlobalData says 51% of organizations have the tools and organizational culture needed to work remotely with more effectiveness. As companies continue to work remotely, there’s pressure to bring the remainder of their work processes online.
Through this partnership, the companies look to spread monday.com’s remote-friendly services to more Latin American companies to help them achieve their goals with their remote teams.
Monday.com’s operating system lets teams create applications to plan and execute tasks, track processes, manage projects and monitor operations. The system also allows users to save time through task automation. Monday.com says it has seen a 16% increase in content creation within the platform and a 17% uptick in communication threads in Mexico during the pandemic.
Xertica CEO, Antonio Couttonlec, said by partnering with monday.com, it’s reaffirming its mission to promote Latin America’s digital and productive transformation.
“We know that it is the key time to build useful knowledge for thousands of companies and millions of consumers in the region, and that time will be earned, in part, thanks to the technology that allows the correct management of projects, clear communication and the measurement of the efficiency of remote equipment, ” Couttonlec continued.
Dror Spindel, Latin America regional channel director for monday.com, added that the partnership with Xertica is a significant milestone in monday.com’s Latin American presence and will enable the company to better align with customer needs.
“We’re excited to work with an on-the-ground partner like Xertica, who is enabling us to implement the platform and support our local customers. monday.com has invested in localizing our offering, which includes translation of the platform to Spanish, local currency support, content creation, onboarding customization and much more,” Spindel added.
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