Trade Office Sees More Success
July 14, 2016
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Today, Tom Jensen, CEO of Flow Science, Inc., announced the agreement for Mexico's "Global Computing S.A. de C.V," to become the company's first reseller in Latin America after receiving the lead from the New Mexico Trade and Higher Education Center of Mexico City. Flow Science is a privately-held Santa Fe headquartered software company specializing in transient, free-surface CFD flow modeling software for industrial and scientific applications worldwide.
"We are thrilled to see another small business benefit from the trade office in Mexico City," said Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry who inaugurated the City/UNM partnership with President Robert Frank in August 2014. "In less than two years of existence, the New Mexico Trade and Higher Education Center of Mexico City has already served more than twenty-five New Mexico companies."
Jensen participated in a meet and greet organized by the City of Santa Fe last fall for local companies to have the opportunity to share their products and services with Margo Galvan, Trade Director of the New Mexico Trade and Higher Education Center of Mexico City. The trade office then spent several months identifying potential resellers in Mexico, eventually introducing the company to Global Computing S.A. de C.V. Global Computing provides value-added sales and support for a wide variety of technical and engineering software for academics and industry. The company has broad experience and contacts in the automotive, industrial production, civil and mechanical engineering, and electronics sectors, as well as universities, laboratories, and government agencies.
"Santa Fe has world-class companies with products and services just waiting to be discovered internationally," added Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales. "Congratulations to Flow Science and to the Mexico City trade office with whom we are excited to continue working to generate even more opportunities for Santa Fe companies in Mexico."
"I am most appreciative for the help from the folks at the Trade Alliance and New Mexico Trade and Higher Education Center. They were very helpful and diligent in identifying and tracking down potential resellers for our highly-technical software, and in the end delivered us several quality candidates. Global Computing will be a wonderful partner for us and our new subsidiary in Colombia", said Tom Jensen, President of Flow Science.
For more information about Flow Science Inc. please visit the company's website at www.flow3d.com
The New Mexico Trade and Higher Education Center of Mexico City is an intergovernmental partnership between the City of Albuquerque and the University of New Mexico. The trade office works with New Mexico companies to evaluate the Mexican market for their products and services and to identify potential partners, customers, and/or distributors. For more information about the trade office or on how to utilize its services, please send an email to Randy Trask of the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Trade Alliance at [email protected]