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Desca Expands Operations to Panama

Further extending its reach across Latin America, Desca, a Latin American provider of network solutions and integration services, has announced the official opening of its Panama headquarters.

The expansion represents a strategic move for Desca, enabling the company to address demand from a rapidly increasing number of multinational companies for sophisticated information technology and services. For companies that are attracted to Panama's favorable investment climate, economic growth, and educated workforce, Desca is the only IT services company in Panama that offers the same caliber of comprehensive IT solutions available in North America and Europe.

The new Desca headquarters is located in Panama City at Torres de las Americas, Tower B. Panama is a strategic location for Desca, helping the company to deliver seamless support and responsive service from Mexico to Argentina. At the same time, Desca is ideally positioned to benefit from rapid business growth in Panama and throughout Latin America.

Desca is one of the largest networking solutions providers in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the only Cisco Gold Certified Partner in Panama. It provides best-practices-based IT infrastructure and telecommunications solutions to businesses seeking data networking products, information security, unified communications, telecommunications, wireless networks and mobility services. The company has more than 700 employees, most with extensive certifications in data networking solutions, voice, security, and other enabling technologies.

Desca supports mission-critical customer solutions and helps customers improve revenues, operational efficiency, and business performance in Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Trinidad & Tobago, and Venezuela. With a reputation for outstanding quality and service, Desca is a sought-after resource for companies who value superior performance.



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