Motorola Solutions invests in Brazil’s talent to innovate public safety software
Sao Paulo, Brazil – Motorola Solutions announced the opening of its new software design centre in Sao Paulo, Brazil, focused on innovating the next generation of software to help public safety agencies overcome current and future security challenges, making communities safer and businesses to stay productive and secure.
The centre’s highly skilled software professionals will be instrumental in developing software for public safety emergency dispatch centres locally and internationally to improve the quality, efficiency and speed of response to public calls for assistance. They will join Motorola Solutions’ network of software developers across the world, collaborating and exchanging knowledge with employees based at other software centres, including the United States, Canada, Poland, United Kingdom, Australia and India.
“Innovation is essential to Brazil’s competitiveness and advancement as a country. It is with this belief that we celebrate Motorola Solutions’ investment in Brazil’s talent. This initiative will allow highly qualified Brazilian software developers to join a world-class organisation that is focused on building knowledge and developing in talent, while further contributing to our country’s position as a hotbed of innovation,” says Tatiana Ribeiro, executive director of competitive Brazil movement, a non-profit organisation focusing on digital transformation as well as other key areas to promote Brazil’s global competitiveness.
“For more than 43 years, public safety agencies in Brazil have relied on Motorola Solutions as their trusted technology partner and today we’re proudly extending our investments in helping to make Brazil – and the world – safer,” says Elton Borgonovo, country manager, Motorola Solutions Brazil. “Our new software design centre will build essential solutions that bring first responders the intelligence they need to make faster and more effective decisions, helping them to save lives and uphold the highest levels of community safety.”
With a strong global reputation for software engineering talent, Brazil boasts a pool of highly qualified software engineers, industry-leading IT-institutions and a thriving technology scene. Motorola Solutions will continue to invest in growing this centre in 2023 and beyond, with office-based, hybrid and remote working models. Details for available roles can be found on Motorola Solutions.
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