By publishing the list of approved entities (32 private and three state-owned), the Ministry of Economy and Planning (MEP) informed that these entities may proceed with their incorporation as legal entities to carry out their economic activities.
Last September 20, the regulatory package that legalizes, for the first time in Cuba, the creation of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises came into force. Dofleini Software immediately submitted the application file to become a private MSME, under Decree Law 46/2021 of the Council of State.
The partner responsible for making the application was our CEO, Carlos Miguel Pérez Reyes. Along with him, the proposed founding partners are Yadian Fernández Pérez, Technology Director; Javier Arza Valdés, Operations Director, and team leaders and senior engineers Reynaldo Barceló Rodríguez, Ernesto Yero Oses and Erick Vega de la Cruz.
In the statement published on Wednesday, the MEP points out that the creation of MSMEs and non-agricultural cooperatives “is part of the improvement of economic actors, a process aimed at putting in their right place all forms of management that make up the Cuban economy, in order to unleash their potential and contribute to the socioeconomic development of the country”.
It brings together a team of 40 highly qualified and multidisciplinary professionals, together with a wide network of collaborators, all with an average experience of a decade in the technology sector. The company develops software, offers IT consulting and facilitates other state and private companies and other organizations on the road to digital transformation.
Its portfolio of services includes the development of web and mobile portals and applications, e-commerce (including the development of the DFL ecommerce platform), business solutions, development of minimum viable products (MVP), big data, software testing, and maintenance and support services.