Our History

TGV works alongside leaders of the global IT industry to offer each client the most advanced technology suited to their needs.


TGV is now firmly established in the international software market. The company has a staff of more than 300 software development professionals. It enjoys the endorsement of client satisfaction on hundreds of successful projects.

It also achieves CMMI levels of Capacity 3 and Maturity 2 in the areas of REQM, PP, PMC, MA, PPQA, CM, SEE, VAL, IPM, RSKM, and DAR.


TGV expands again internationally, this time to Florida, USA, creating TGVAmericas.


TGV focuses on international expansion. It opens its first international office in Monterrey, Mexico. The company also opens another office in Argentina, in the city San Francisco, in the province of Cordoba.


Determined to establish clear processes, TGV takes steps to adhere to the software development industry’s quality standard: CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration). The company subsequently reaches level 2.


As part of a consortium of companies, TGV helps found the IT hub Polo IT Buenos Aires and serves on the board of directors. To meet the unique needs of each client, and offer the most advanced technology, TGV establishes SAP Partner commercial alliances.


An economic downturn in Argentina compels TGV to expand into other countries. This results in its first international client relationship.



To sustain its rate of growth while also improving and optimizing its services, TGV undergoes a review of its operating structure and processes. The company spearheads an internal reengineering project called CRECER (GROW in English).


Leading companies such as Philip Morris, Telecom Argentina, Loma Negra and Banco Rio choose TGV for ongoing technology services and support. This leads the company to increase its staff size from five to one-hundred.

Passion. Commitment. Vocation. Based on these three fundamental pillars, TGV is founded in Buenos Aires, Argentina by Osvaldo Tessio, Ernesto Galindez and Marta Vicena.