Software firm president to head tech chamber

Luis Carlos Chaves is the new president of the Cámara de Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación.

Chaves is the president and co-founder of  Avantica Technologies, a software development firm.  Prior to founding the firm in 1993 he was the chief information officer with Banco Cuscatlán.

His company is based in Costa Rica and has two offices in the United States and one in Perú. The firm just announced a partnership with Rent Your CIO, to create a new venture called Custom Business Software, a Houston-based software development company that offers tailored solutions specifically designed to fit its customer’s business processes and make them more profitable and productive.

At the same Monday session in the Hotel Aurola Holiday Inn when the elections were held, the chamber also hosted government officials to outline the organization’s vision for the future.  The presidency became vacant when Alexander Mora. accepted the post of minister of Comercio Exterior. He attended also with Gisela Kopper, the minister of Ciencia, Tecnología y Telecomunicaciones, and Allan Ruiz, vice minister of  Telecomunicaciones.

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