Spanish consulting firm Vincle opens an office in Peru

10 October 2014 2 min. read
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In an effort to increase its presence in Latin America, Spanish consulting firm Vincle has announced the opening of a new office in Lima, Peru. Leveraging the international expansion, Vincle hopes to increase its yearly revenue by almost $4 million over the next three years.

Vincle Internacional Technology and Systems is a Spanish consultancy firm which offers solutions in the field of business process automation: SalesWare, MobileWare, Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Its clients include, among others, consumer products manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies. Among its more notable clients are Danone, ChupaChups, Nutrexpa, L'Oréal, and Nestlé Health Science.

Vincle was founded in 1991 by Juan Manuel Recio, and has three offices in Spain – located in Barcelona, Madrid and Cadiz – and an international office in Bogota, Colombia. The new Lima office will, therefore, become its second outside of home-base Spain and second in Latin America.

Vincle opens office in Peru

Continued international expansion

Vincle opened its office in Colombia in May of last year. The firm's Bogota office serves mainly local customers, while also allowing the consultancy to work for clients in the Brazilian, Argentinean and Chilean markets; Vincle has plans for evolving the Bogotá office into a regional operational center in the future.

Now, a year-and-half later, the consultancy has unveiled plans to open a fifth office in Lima, Peru to further expand its footprint in Latin America and to take advantage of growing demand for its services.

The move flows from an ambitious strategy announced recently by Vincle's Deputy Director General, Hector Recio, who said the firm plans to increase its annual revenue from $6.47 million (FY2013) to $10.3 million in the next three years.