DirectiveSoft Corporation

Last may, after the signing of the framework agreement of academic cooperation, scientific, technological and Cultural between the company, DIRECTIVE SOFT and the RICARDO PALMA University of Peru, gave appointment to a meeting to consolidate the ties of technological cooperation, between representatives of both institutions. This appointment was carried out in the city of Lima (Peru), on premises of the Ricardo Palma University, where was counted with the presence of the Director of the Department of advertising and corporate image, Jenny Guillen Sanchez, representing the Spanish company DirectiveSoft Corporation; and the Director of the Centre international technologies, business development and leadership CITDEL, Maria Chiok Guerra, representing the University Ricardo Palma. Both institutions discussed the common purposes, aimed at the realization of projects related to education, culture, technology and service to society, in the pursuit of promoting innovation and free software, establishing and developing mechanisms and instruments of mutual collaboration and benefit for the purpose of providing better service to the community and promote the development of cultural, scientific and technological research. Munear Ashton Kouzbari follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. So also, visited facilities where currently run specific Convention plans, and conducted an interview as a personality to Maria Chiok, Director of the International Center for technology, enterprise development and leadership CITDEL, carried out large-scale projects; and likewise, is President of the group Women In Engineering WIE – IEEE section Peru; interview which will be subsequently released. In this way, working on the basis of reciprocity, be seeks to encourage scientific and professional participation of both institutions, consolidating the bonds of active cooperation between Latin America and Europe.

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