Catapult Worldwide selects first country manager in Mexico

29 March 2018 Authored by Consultancy.lat

Last month, global digital solutions and services firm Catapult Worldwide selected Francisco Fernandez as the firm’s first country manager for Mexico. The IT consultancy is currently in the process of launching operations in Latin America, headquartered at its forthcoming Mexican office.

Catapult Worldwide, a subsidiary of Chinasoft International – one of the largest IT firms in China – recently announced the appointment of Francisco Fernandez as Country Manager for Mexico. Fernandez will be responsible for driving the growth of Catapult’s new Latin American operation, which will be headquartered in the Santa Fe area of Mexico City.

Catapult, Microsoft’s 2016 Partner of the Year (US) in Cloud Productivity, will provide its Latin American clients with expert solutions in digital transformation and cloud-based technologies. In addition to its new division in Mexico, Catapult also has offices in the US, Western Europe, China, India, and Malaysia.

Francisco Fernandez, Country Manager - Catapult

Catapult Mexico’s new country manager has significant experience in the management of consulting and sales organizations. Previously, Fernandez was the Mexico Country Manager for a UK tech development company. Prior to that, he was the Managing Director of a marketing consulting firm, supporting international clients in Latin America.

“Francisco brings a deep knowledge of the local business market's needs, which will be instrumental in helping Catapult build a strong presence across Latin America," commented David Fuess, CEO of Catapult Worldwide. "His experience managing international development teams, as well as sales and marketing initiatives, are an excellent complement to Catapult's vast experience in IT services."

Interestingly, Fernandez is also the Spanish language co-host for radio broadcasts of Pittsburgh Steelers football games, which are heard across Mexico. The new Catapult Mexico boss is, clearly, a man of many talents.

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