|Traded as||NYSE: GLOB|
|Industry||Software Product Development|
|Headquarters||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Key people||Martín Migoya, CEO
Guibert Englebienne, CTO
Martín Umaran, Chief of Staff
Néstor Nocetti, EVP Corp. Affairs
Guillermo Marsicovetere, COO
Alejandro Scannapieco, CFO
Guillermo Willi, CPO
Gustavo Barreiro, CIO
Wanda Weigert, Marketing & Communications Director
Mobile application development
Social Networks Development
|Revenue||$158 million USD (2013)|
Globant is an IT and Software Development company operating in Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, the United Kingdom, Brazil and the United States. It was formed in 2003 by Martín Migoya, Guibert Englebienne, Martín Umaran and Néstor Nocetti. It is headquartered in Buenos Aires and principally serves clients in the United States and United Kingdom.
- 2003: Globant started operations with own funded capital.
- 2005: Globant opened its second Development GOV Center in Buenos Aires. The company was also named Endeavor Entrepreneur 2005 was recognized as the Best Services Exporter by Export. Ar. The Sloan School of Management of the MIT wrote a case about Globant called: "Leading the IT Revolution in Latin America".
- 2006: Globant opened its development center in the city of Tandil, Argentina.
- 2007: Globant certified CMMI level 3. The company was recognized as the Top Emerging Global Services Provider, by Global Services Magazine.
Globant opened offices in the city of La Plata, Argentina; and expanded its operations also in the US (Palo Alto). Globant founded Fonalix with BGH, a company that provides IP Telephony Solutions for small and medium business in Latin America.
- 2008: The research company IDC pointed Globant as one of the growing companies in Latin America in its study "Latin American Predictions 2008". Globant Acquires Accendra, an Argentine  Software Company with 100 employees adding operations in Chile and Colombia. In December, Globant closed its third financing round of USD13MM with Riverwood Capital and FTV Capital. It also acquired Openware, an Argentine  company specialized in Security & Infrastructure Management.Globant's team of Globers reached the 1000 professionals. The New York Times included Globant in an article about argentinian software startups.
- 2009: Globant received two teams from the Global Entrepreneurship lab from the MIT, to study the M&A strategy and the Globant University Project.
- 2010: Globant was awarded with the AlwaysON 250 award for creating technology innovations for the Global Silicon Valley, in the Cloud and Infrastructure Category. It was also named Cool Vendor by Gartner, in the Cool Vendors in Business Process Services 2010 report by Gartner, Inc. During this year, Globant also reorganized itself and launched 8 studios, each one specializing in a different vertical, practice or industry. They are: Gaming, Big Data, Consumer Experience, Enterprise Consumerization, Creative & Social, Cloud Computing & Infrastructure, Mobile and Quality Engineering.
- 2011: Globant acquired San Francisco-based Nextive, company specialized in the development of mobile solutions  and Globant´s story with Google was showcased by Bloomberg.
- 2012: Globant acquired Brazil-based TerraForum, company specialized in Innovation and Knowledge Management Consulting, Digital Marketing & Social Media and Software Development.
- 2013: WPP, acquires minority stake in Globant to further strengthen its digital capabilities in the United States, United Kingdom, Latin America and beyond. Globant also acquired 86.25% of Huddle Group, a software company with operations in United States, Argentina and Chile.
- 2014: FastCompany featured Globant as one of the world's top 10 most innovative companies in South America The company got listed on New York Stock Exchange.
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