CallidusCloud announces opening of its Mexico City office

What: CallidusCloud opens a new office in Mexico City's centric business area.
Why is it important: The fact that sizable foreign companies are looking forward to invest/open offices in Latin American countries shows that confidence in these economies continues to grow, in a wide range of industries.

Callidus Software Inc. –doing business as CallidusCloud,–, a sales and marketing effectiveness software firm, recently announced the opening of a new office in Mexico City, dedicated to serving Latin America. As part of the grand opening, CallidusCloud is hosting a regional customer forum, featuring Latin American industry experts and thought leaders.

“The opening of our Mexico City office further strengthens our ability to support the exploding market for cloud-based sales performance management solutions in the region,” said Leslie Stretch, CEO, CallidusCloud.  “The demand for a customer forum highlights that need.  Accelerating and maximizing the lead to money process is a key priority for all organizations and we’re thrilled to be joined by thought leaders, industry experts from our regional customer base.”


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