Nae has a new office in Mexico City
The Nae team in Mexico has moved to a new location that will provide more opportunities for collaboration and creativity, focused on the demands of a digital workplace
Three years after opening our Mexico headquarters, the Nae team has relocated to a new and bigger office housed in the WeWork on Calzada General Mariano Escobedo (Mexico City), near Lincoln and Gandhi parks.
WeWork buildings, which make up one of the largest shared workspace networks in the world, feature stimulating and modern environments tailored to the needs of digital workplaces.
In addition to promoting synergies with entrepreneurs and startups, these sites also foster creativity and collaboration through networking events and conferences. This setting fits perfectly with our networking vision that combines the talent, experience and diversity of the people who comprise Nae and those who collaborate with us.
Nae’s 80-person team in Mexico manages part of the Red Compartida rollout in Mexico and measures the user experience of the AT&T network in 40 cities, among other projects. It is also performing proof of concept testing in the area of machine learning for Banxico, HSBC, Qualitas, CEMEX and Banorte.
The new office will enable us to continue growing so we can develop innovative solutions (artificial and cognitive intelligence, automation and robotization) for banking, insurance, telecommunications, retail and aviation.
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