Fibratel opens a new office in Portugal

The Spanish fibertel has opened one new office in Portugal, which joins those that the company already has in Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Seville, Mexico and Argentina. Therefore, the company’s commitment to its internationalization continues, with the aim of achieving a solid position in telecommunications. The objective that Fibratel has set for this new office is a turnover of between 3 and 4 million euros.

In the future, Fibratel hopes that its Portuguese office will be able to reach 10% of the billing of the entire group, although for now they are in the deployment phase and, according to its CEO, Carlos Sanz«we cannot speak for sure about figures«. Sanz have also added that with the new office they have «one more boost to open up to the European market and consolidate our expansion plan«. This, as the manager has stated, involves opening a new headquarters in America, which will be added to the current ones.

Fibratel already has several projects planned for its new office in Portugal, for which it has reached various agreements with multinationals that pursue an efficient and agile digital transformation, but without neglecting sustainability. On the other hand, the company’s Portuguese office will work on the same lines of business as in the rest of the offices, all focused on digitization and digital transformation. These lines are the following: data centers, cybersecurity, communications and managed services. They will be the divisions specialized in them, known as fdata and fsafe, therefore, the main ones of the Portuguese office of Fibratel.

The opening of the office coincides with the thirtieth anniversary of the company, which is celebrated this year. A period in which it has been growing internationally, which is reflected not only in the opening of offices in several countries, but also in its turnover. Also in the progressive increase of its workforce, which currently has 194 workers. During the next two years, the company plans to move forward with its hiringand increase its workforce by 25%.

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