JSC Ingenium joins CANTO and strengthens its presence in Central America and the Caribbean
- Joining this organisation will allow the company to strengthen its relationship with other key players for the development of telecommunications in the region.
JSC Ingenium‘s membership of CANTO is also a reflection of its commitment to driving innovation and technological advancement in the telecommunications sector, and to help CSPs to adopt 5G with guarantees and reduce the digital divide and, ultimately, to boost the economies of the countries in the region. As an active member of CANTO, the company will participate in a diverse network of industry professionals and leaders, providing a platform to exchange knowledge, collaborate on joint projects and establish strategic relationships with other key industry players.
The partnership with CANTO will enable JSC Ingenium to ensure that it is at the forefront of the latest trends and developments in telecommunications, while contributing to the promotion of best practices and standards in the region. It will also benefit from the various learning opportunities, training and participation in exclusive events offered by CANTO.
Juan Carlos Buitrago, CSO of JSC Ingenium, highlights the importance of this membership as a way of participating in building the future of communications in the region: “We are delighted to join the prestigious CANTO association and to collaborate with other industry leaders. We look forward to actively contributing to the promotion of innovation and progress in telecommunications in the Americas and the Caribbean”.
With its focus on technological excellence and customer service, JSC Ingenium is ready to take full advantage of its CANTO membership and collaborate with other industry players to drive digital transformation and sustainable development in telecommunications.
CANTO is a non-profit association, founded in 1985 made up of operators, organizations, companies and individuals in the telecommunications sector. The Association has a Caribbean focus as it relates to ICT issues for the region with a global perspective and has grown to over 141 members in more than 36 countries.
CANTO views its role in the Caribbean Telecommunications community as that of leadership in influencing policy, expert in providing information in all aspects of the industry and facilitator, in encouraging dialogue and meaningful collaborative enterprise. This philosophy is captured in our mission statement: “to facilitate the development of ICT solutions for the benefit of members and other stakeholders in the Caribbean region”.