Fecha de publicación: 11 November, 2016
|The institution aims to increase exports and generate investments through technological training.|
Santo Domingo. The Export and Investment Center of the Dominican Republic
(CEI-RD), signed an agreement with the Las Americas Technological Institute (ITLA), to strengthen corporate and operational infrastructure related to information technologies and communications. The agreement seeks to improve export and investment promotional services in the country, with innovative procedures.
With this initiative, the CEI-RD will add value and scope, to its objective of advancing its mission of attracting foreign investment, and promoting exports, by internationally projecting Dominican companies, products and/or services.
At the same time, the ITLA, reiterates its support for the modernizing and technical strengthening work being done in favor of public institutions.
CEI-RD’s director, Luis Henry Molina, noted that the agreement is part of the information security and communication policy currently used by the institution, for the purpose of guaranteeing all data generated and managed by the CEI-RD, as well as speeding up and streamlining procedures through the use of current technology.
“The CEI-RD is a world-class institution, providing information, training, and consulting, and based on that premise, constitutes a key strategic asset for insuring institutional continuity”, noted Molina.
“This agreement is an important step toward strengthening the institutional capacities of our communication systems and data networks, thus guaranteeing efficient results. We must rely on government institutions that have the experience and knowledge in this field”, he added.
For his part, José Armando Tavárez, current ITLA director, noted that the institution has been backing initiatives, destined to promote organizational advantages, identifying and eliminating vulnerabilities through the use of advances in technology.
“With this alliance, we intend to secure CEI-RD’s relevant information assets in order to offer operational continuity to the services under development, more relevance and greater efficiency levels”, emphasized Tavárez.
The signing ceremony was attended by both institutional directors, Luis Henry Molina and José Armando Tavárez, and held at the CEI-RD offices.