Eduardo Zamora Espinoza

"Helping organizations achieve their most ambitious business goals through technology,                                                    digital solutions and outsourcing."

Eduardo Zamora, co-founder of Flexsoure SpA, is an information technology and telecommunications executive with more than 15 years of experience in management and leadership. He has held directing positions of multinational top ICT companies, leading groups of as many as 150+ employees through merge & acquisition, survival, turnaround and growth modes, helping his clients achieve their business outcomes through technology and digital solutions and transformations.

His expertise includes sales & consulting, design, technical deployment and operation as well as outsourcing, strategy & business plans, budget management and end to end superior client experience, acting directly as a high level technology partner and service provider for a variety of clients and industries, including telecom carriers, retail, energy & utilities, financial services, public sector, health and others.

Among his significant previous positions, Eduardo held the role of Chile´s Presales and Service Delivery Director, and Chile Operations Director at Dimension Data, Global leader in specialized IT infrastructure services and solutions (fully Japan NTT´s Group subsidiary). Previously, he had the position of Chile´s Engineering Manager for Huawei Technologies, Chinese Leading telecom., enterprise and consumer solutions provider.

Eduardo has a Bachelor of Science degree and the Electrical Engineering title from Universidad de Santiago de Chile, he is also a Civil Industrial Engineer and holds an Advanced Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Universidad Adolfo Ibañez. He has also completed a leadership development program from Rollins college in Orlando, FL and a Global Political and Economy program from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in UK.

He is fluent and able to conduct business in English and Spanish, as well as in Portuguese in an intermediate level.