Chilean state-run oil firm Enap has installed US software firm AuraPortal's BPM platform, the latter said in a statement.
The operation was carried out by AuraPortal's partner in Chile, BPMConsultancy, which was in charge of installing and launching the project and of the entire basic consultancy as well.
AuraPortal has presence in 50 countries and has more than 350 clients globally. The company has headquarters in the US and Holland and owns offices in the UK, Spain and Latin America.
US software company Intrinsyc and Brazilian firm Movix have signed a long-term agreement for Movix to access Intrinsyc's core navigation assets in source code form, enabling Movix to sublicense to other navigation and location-based service providers throughout Latin America, both firms said in a statement.
In addition to collaboration on future innovation, Intrinsyc and Movix will work together to customize solutions for Spanish and Portuguese speaking markets.
The agreement provides Movix with source code access to optimize Intrinsyc's destinator navigation software on a broad set of platforms including Apple iPhone, Android- and Windows-based handsets and tablets, and Windows-based personal navigation devices.
US security applications firm Crossbeam Systems has appointed Tim Miller and George Mogannam as respective VP of international sales and VP of sales Americas, Crossbeam said in a statement.
Mogannam will oversee sales across North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean.
US firm IDeaS Revenue Solutions has appointed Brian Sterrett as vice president of global sales and marketing, the company said in a statement.
Founded in 1989, IDeaS Revenue Solutions offers revenue management software, services and consulting to the hospitality industry.
Headquartered in Minneapolis, IDeaS has technology, support, sales and distribution offices in North and South America, the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Australia and Asia.