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Local Impacts of Global ICT Industry Trends - ROUND TWO

This collaborative document provides a local and plural analysis of the implications of the main global trends for the development of the ICT sector in Uruguay and answers questions such as: what global trends have the greatest impact on the Uruguayan ICT industry; where should local IT companies direct their immediate efforts to develop solutions; what strategies should the national industry follow to expand ICT in different sectors of the economy; and what public policies should be promoted to achieve these objectives?
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This is the second round of a collaborative product developed by the IT Observatory to provide a look at pieces of analysis about the impacts and ramifications generated at national level by some of the most relevant global trends in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) industry, from the perspective of local experts and with the aim of contributing to the identification of the main challenges and opportunities for the development of this dynamic sector in Uruguay.

The study is based on an assessment of the global trends presented in FORRESTER's 'Top Trends And Emerging Technologies, Q3 2020', as well as the incorporation of the reflections provided in the first round of this document.

In this edition, representatives of the most important global consulting firms with a presence in Uruguay were invited to participate.

  • Bruno Gili is a partner in the Consulting practice of CPA-Ferrere, Diploma in Advanced Studies, University of Valencia (Spain); Public Accountant from the University of the Republic. He is the leader of the consulting department, focusing on digital and business transformation processes in several companies in the country and the region. He has extensive experience as a consultant in Finance, Strategic Planning and Institutional Design, and Management Information Systems in the private and public sector.


  • Gabriel Silveira is a Certified Public Accountant graduated from the Universidad de la República, Master in Management of Technology Companies from the Universidad ORT and has a postgraduate degree in Big Data and Analytics, also from the ORT. He is responsible for the technological transformation practice, having advised several companies in the development of their digital transformation plan, and collaborating directly in the implementation of digitisation projects, especially focused on core systems (ERP, CRM, WMS) and integrated data management, applying Analytics and Machine Learning techniques.


  • Adriana Berlingeri is Partner and Technology Strategy & Cloud Leader at Deloitte Spanish Latin America. She is a Computer Engineer and holds a Master's Degree in Computer Science and a Diploma in Information Systems. She is also certified in Information Security. She has extensive experience in project management of technology incorporation and information security projects. She has extensive knowledge of the Telecommunications Industry, the Financial Industry and the Public Sector.

This second round will lead to further interactions with new experts from different backgrounds and fields of expertise, leading to further expansion and deepening of the Living Document.


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