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Belatrix Software Kicks off Major Innovation Effort and Invites Innovation Expert to Share How Agile + Design Thinking Accelerate Product Innovation
Date:6/20/2013

umber of Certified Scrum Managers in Latin America. Participants in the Belatrix Software webcast will receive a certificate that signifies they have gained knowledge in this growing area of expertise.

“Simone has an excellent reputation for helping companies crystalize the core design problem to come up with truly radical but commercially viable ideas,” said Luis Robbio, CEO & Co-Founder of Belatrix Software. “We are pleased to welcome Simone Ahuja to kick of this first webcast of the BSIU initiative.”

Please visit http://www.belatrixsf.com/index.php/innovation-university for more information.

About Belatrix Software.
Belatrix Software helps clients achieve the full impact of their R&D capabilities. Belatrix develops high quality, innovative software, QA and testing that enables clients to generate best-in-class, revenue producing software products, decrease time to market, and gain competitive edge. The company’s mission is to be a passionate global partner delivering software innovation to enhance client’s aspirations. Belatrix's clients include both established Fortune level and emerging, venture backed firms. A rising brand in Nearshore Agile outsourced software development, Belatrix Software has relationships with Adobe, SirrusFM, mFoundary, and Chatham Financial. Belatrix is headquartered in Mendoza, Argentina with offices in Boston, Naples, Mendoza, and Lima. For more information, please call 617-608-1413 or visit http://belatrixsf.com.

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