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Benjamin Arredondo

Technical Consultant

Benjamin is a Sr. Developer at Kalypso. He applies his Information and Communication Technologies knowledge to develop, enhance and implement product lifecycle management (PLM) systems in Kalypso's life sciences practice.

Benjamin Arredondo, Technical Consultant | Kalypso

Prior to joining Kalypso, Benjamin worked in one of Mexico's largest dairy companies, where he worked to improve its supply chain efficiency by optimizing cross-functional processes. In parallel, he worked in smaller web development projects, in which he contributed to both functional and technical aspects by gathering requirements and doing front and backend development.

Benjamin has a Bachelor's degree in Information and Communications Technology Engineering from Tec de Monterrey (ITESM), where he graduated first in his class. Currently, he is pursuing a Master's degree in Information Technology Management. Benjamin's native language is Spanish, but is also fluent in English and French, and has basic knowledge of German.

He also contributes to the firm by collaborating on Thoughtware, participating in recruitment activities and promoting Kalypso's culture though internal activities.

In his spare time, Benjamin swimming, watching movies, shopping, and learning new languages, and discovering new places with friends. Doing any of these with good company is always a plus for him. Also, he is well versed in the art of "Dad Jokes".

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  • B.S. Information and Communication Technology - Tec de Monterrey (ITESM)


  • Benjamin's main focus is in PLM system development and implementation for the life sciences practice. Recently, he has also been involved in the creation of thoughtware.

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