Alberto Jácome Espinosa was appointed Vice Minister of Information and Communication Technologies of the Ministry of Telecommunications and the Information Society on 20 June 2017.
He has extensive knowledge of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry, a field in which he has accumulated more than 35 years of working experience. His wide career in the technology multinational IBM (Ecuador) stands out, where he held different positions such as Systems Engineer, Project Manager and Service Delivery Manager.
From 1997 to 2002, Mr Jácome led a team of 15 engineers as a Service Delivery and Solutions Manager nationwide, and he participated in the successful implementation of technological solutions in the following areas:
• Software Services
• Hardware Services and Site Preparation
• Connectivity, Networking and Telecommunications Services
• Recovery and Business Continuity Services
• Infrastructure Services and Systems Administration
The services provided included the design, support and implementation of telecommunications, interconnection of networks, installation of optical fiber for the connections, solutions of Voice over IP (VoIP) and provision of Internet.
These activities have allowed him to develop his managerial and leadership capacity in the promotion of projects related to the ICT field.
Mr Jácome, a professional engineer, graduated with honors from the National Polytechnic School where, in addition, he was a professor of Computer Science and Systems Engineering. He accounts, also, with several courses and capacities at national and international level in programming, software development and applications, project management, technological solutions, among others.
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