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CEMEX introduce CEMEX Go Developer Center


Company presents next step in the advancement of its CEMEX Go digital platform capabilities

CEMEX have introduced CEMEX Go Developer Center, a digital platform designed to allow users to connect with different entities in the industry, accelerate their evolution, and promote new business models, whilst allowing the possibility of reducing costs and accelerating time for the development of new digital capabilities for each of its customers.

CEMEX Go Developer Center will facilitate the connectivity of CEMEX processes with customers through digital platforms and application programming interfaces (APIs), which will also allow the direct management of orders for materials or services, the development of alliances with commercial partners, and the use of public information from CEMEX that allows other companies to integrate their digital offers.

In addition, subscribers will have real-time access to information about what is happening with their products and services, as well as the ability to carry out administrative processes at any time, such as ordering invoices, registering new locations for construction projects, and requesting quotes, among others.

‘CEMEX Go Developer Center is the natural next step in the successful advancement of our digital platform, after reaching more than 30,000 clients in all of the countries in which we operate,’ said Fernando A. González, chief executive officer of CEMEX.

‘Digital ecosystems are changing the traditional parameters that companies use to compete, and this new stage of CEMEX Go will enable us to maintain our leadership of the digital transformation of the global construction materials industry.’

CEMEX Go Developer Center is designed to build digital solutions for each of its clients’ businesses through the use of public and private APIs, and it will become effective as of this month.

CEMEX Go is a CEMEX R&D, innovation and business-development project developed by the company’s global R&D collaboration network, headed by CEMEX Research Centers, based in Switzerland.

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