For the opening ceremony, President of the Valencian Government, Ximo Puig, and the Mayor of Alicante, Luis Barcalá will be in attendance.
Situated in the Alicante Digital District, the center, called the Pierre Nanterme Center for New IT, as a form of tribute to the late Accenture CEO serves as home to 85 professionals with its direction on constructing and providing a wide range of cross-industry solutions in technology across leading technology platforms, as well as infrastructure, custom engineering, and cloud services to clients all over the world. In a bid to do so, the center takes advantage of innovative delivery models, automation capabilities and agile development.
As one of eight Accenture Advanced Technology Centers in Spain, the new center will corporate with the Valencian technology and business ecosystem. This will include working with vocational training schools as well as local universities to add to the improvement of technology talent.
Juan Pedro Moreno, country managing director, Accenture Iberia said that as a hotbed of innovation, Alicante is poised to become the Silicon Valley of the Mediterranean and with the opening of the Pierre Nanterme Center for New IT in Alicante, they earnestly look forward to playing a vital role in the vibrant Digital District ecosystem where innovation, transformation, and technology projects meet with world-class talent.
The center emphasises on continual training to supply professionals with the adequate skills to assist clients in addressing evolving market conditions. This assists in the making of quality and sustainable jobs, which is a thing that Accenture Spain has made a commitment to for over 50 years.
Mercedes Oblanca, managing director of Accenture Technology Iberia also reported that the new Advanced Technology Center in Spain will improve our ability to give the speed, capacity, and talent which their clients need for them to embrace new IT and improve their digital transformation efforts.