R2 Sistemas Informaticos S.L.

R2 Sistemas Informaticos S.L.

R2 Sistemas Informaticos S.L. is a computer software company based in Madrid, Spain. Since 1998, they have been involved in innovation and development of business IT services. The company offers software solutions and IT services for business like R2 Mando, R2 Docuo, R2 Metro and R2 Tecnio.

Company Info

HQ Location
Spain
Year Founded
1998
Employees
50
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