02 October 2012

National Instruments Officially Opens Office in Bogota, Colombia

Bogota, Colombia - 02 October 2012 (PRNewswire) - National Instruments, a global technology company that currently serves the Andean region through direct sales, today announced the official opening of an office in Bogota, Colombia. The NI Colombia office provides a direct field engineer team, sales support and customer service for customers in a range of industries including government, academic and energy. In addition, NI customers benefit from the strength of the NI Alliance Partner Network with more than 700 companies worldwide. 

As NI continues its global expansion in Colombia, the company ensures that its award-winning corporate culture is preserved. NI hires the best and brightest employees, offers superior career development opportunities and maintains a culture of giving through outstanding philanthropy programs. 

"National Instruments is eager to officially open an office in Colombia because of the region's increased interest in test, measurement and control solutions and the growing number of customers using NI products," said Daniel M. Quinn, branch manager of NI Colombia. "With this office, NI can more effectively serve the needs of customers throughout the region, including Venezuela and Ecuador.

"NI Colombia is a natural complement to the company's established presence in Latin America that includes offices in Mexico and Brazil, as well as a shared operations center in Costa Rica," said John Graff, vice president of sales and marketing for the Americas. "We doubled our headcount in Latin America over the last 24 months because of the exciting opportunities we see to equip local engineers with the tools for innovation and discovery." 

NI provides engineers and scientists with software and hardware to meet any engineering challenge, including test, measurement, control and embedded design applications. NI's graphical system design approach to engineering provides an integrated software and hardware platform that speeds the development of any system needing measurement and control. 

Source: National Instruments