Our history begins in 1981, with the focus on software development and computer equipment commercialization.
In 1994, TV Azteca Noreste begins operations, covering the states of Nuevo Leon, Coahuila and Tamaulipas. Its programs inform and entertain more than 12 million residents from this area of the country.
In 1996, Universidad CNCI is created as an organization focused in computing systems teaching and English language. It has evolved within a short period of time to become an institution that offers High School and Undergraduate levels of education, offering both face-to-face as well as on-line modalities.
Todito is inaugurated in the year 2000. It is a safe and reliable electronic means of payment which allows the distribution of funds and payments.
In 2003, one of the most spectacular enclosed, large constructions that offers live entertainment in the country is Arena Monterrey. That same year, Superboletos starts its operations as a company dedicated to the selling of tickets, currently issuing more than 12 million tickets per year with operations throughout the country.
In 2007, Zignia starts its operations as a company dedicated to the organization of massive entertainment at the national level.
An important project starts its operations in 2012: the majestic Arena Ciudad de Mexico, as the most modern, comfortable, functional within Mexico, and one of the best of its kind world-wide.
In the beginning of 2013, a new printed communication media, El Horizonte, began its distribution throughout the metropolitan area of Monterrey.
In 2014, DYCE became part of Avalanz Group as an organization dedicated to provide solutions in the saving of electric energy within the private and public sectors.