GDC Opens New Offices in São Paulo, Brazil and Lima, Peru

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Tue, 10/28/2014 - 13:22 -- Nick Dager

In order to serve its growing customer base in Central and South America, GDC Digital Cinema has opened new offices in São Paulo, Brazil and Lima, Peru. Focused mainly on providing VPF administration and technical services to clients in Brazil and the rest of Central and South America, respectively, these new offices – being the 10th and 11th international outposts –reaffirm the group’s commitment to markets in both regions.

To date, 50 exhibitors in the region are committed to GDC’s VPF program – 19 under the management of GDC’s Brazil office and 31 under that of GDC’s Peru office. The new teams are comprised of 13 professionals with great local knowledge across operations, legal, finance and technical services, and are fully operational as of August. These markets are of growing importance to the company, and GDC’s six staff in São Paulo, and seven in Lima, are primarily focused on providing the most accurate and efficient VPF administration, while at the same time offering local customers quality support on products and spare parts.

“These openings are an important move, to ensure that top of the line service and support are continuously provided to customers in Central and South America,” said Dr. Man-Nang Chong, founder and CEO of GDC Technology. “We are confident that both of these offices will enhance our ability to deliver quality products and effective local support, especially on VPF administration, thus helping our customers to succeed in a fast changing and competitive market.”

“Over the years, our customers in the region have rapidly grown their businesses. They need, more than ever, a reliable partner who can provide an efficient and sophisticated level of sales and support coverage. I believe this was the right time to launch these offices in São Paulo and Lima,” he added. 

Nick Conti, vice president of business development at GDC DCN said, “Together our offices in the region will allow the company to better serve existing and future VPF customers. Local knowledge and same-language support will be invaluable. We’re excited to bring our business model  – an efficient and practical local VPF service – to this market.”