In addition to core-member Higher Education Institutions, ECO project is getting attention among private companies throughout Europe. Following a track opened by Microsoft, a number of mainly IT-focused firms are flocking to ECO Project. Latest has been Malaga-based Ingenia, whose CEO José Blanco signed a colaboration agreement with ECO Project coordinator Sara Osuna on October 11th.
Ingeniería e Integración Avanzadas (INGENIA), S.A., is a multinational company in IT, telecommunications and the Internet.
“We offer innovative solutions with a wide range of products and services in the fields of IT security and consulting, infrastructure and wireless, RFID, managed services, e-learning, software development, Big Data and Internet networks. Since 1992 we collaborate with more than 1,600 clients of public bodies and companies, applying innovation as a differential value for the development of their business.”
Ingenia’s headquarters are located at the Technological Park of Andalusia (PTA) in Malaga. It also has offices in Sevilla, Madrid, Barcelona, Santiago de Chile and Lima. Ingenia has over 20-years of experience in the field of e-learning, both nationally and internationally, in which they have carried out numerous projects in both public organizations and private entities.
“While one of our core values is knowledge of technology, it must be the means and not the end,” it was claimed in the agreement. “In this sense, technology should facilitate and promote learning, the achievement of the training objectives and their transferability to everyday activity.”
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