Jalisco's Institute of Information Technology (IJALTI)
Is a nonprofit organization whose main purpose is to promote and encourage the use and development of Information and Communication Technologies (TICs), as well as supporting the sector’s growth and competitiveness.
- Become a prominent leader at a national and international level.
- Promote digital transformation.
- Participate in the design and implementation of public policies.
- Collaborate in the transformation of Guadalajara into a smart city.
- Boost talent development.
- Earn the highest Excellence in Cluster Administration Certification provided by ESCA (i.e, Gold Level).
As an organization integrated by the quadruple helix, IJALTI is formed by representatives of the industry, government, academia, and civil society.
Transversal software solutions
Vertical software solutions
We invite you to join this dynamic IT Cluster in order to obtain different benefits, primarily in new opportunities for business, talent attraction, development, and retention, as well as strengthening your innovation and entrepreneurship capabilities.
Develop professional capabilities to facilitate innovation in high value-added products, processes, and services.
Identify technology needs of strategic productive sectors and link them with IT solutions offered by the Cluster.
Promote projects and initiatives to attract, develop and convert human talent in the IT sector.
Facilitate access to space, resources, collaboration networks, and knowledge to help launch startups and entrepreneurs’ projects.
Support Cluster companies in the different stages of the internationalization process, while promoting Jalisco’s IT sector in different spaces.
Increase visibility and recognition of the Cluster’s development agenda and its members on a regional, national, and international scale.
Projects and Studies
The ideal space for IT companies and entrepreneurs that constitute the State ́s high-tech ecosystem.
Annual investigation to attend the current insufficiency of human resources in the IT sector.
An investigation that seeks to understand the motivation of software developers to stay or leave a company.
An investigation that approaches students of IT-focused educational programs in their last semesters to learn the motivating factors that lead them to choose a company.
An interactive tool whose main objective is to identify the number of students enrolled in the State’s higher education programs.