Roundup: SAP, AuraPortal, Crystalis, trade mission

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Argentine power distributor Edesur has implemented one solution from SAP's (NYSE: SAP) BusinessObjects portfolio, SAP said in a statement.

After studying other options, the company decided to implement SAP BusinessObjects' profitability and cost management tool, with the main goal of improving its decision-making processes.

SAP BusinessObjects offers a broad portfolio of tools and applications designed to help companies optimize business performance by connecting people, information and businesses across business networks.

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Ecuadorian firm Clyan Services World has installed US software firm AuraPortal's BPM platform, the latter said in a statement.

The operation was carried out by consultancy firm AitonBusiness - partner of AuraPortal in the local market - which was in charge of installing and launching the project.

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.


Argentine transport firm Azul Sata has implemented SAP's ERP solution through the local unit of Spanish IT consultancy firm Crystalis Consulting, the latter said in a statement.

The licenses acquired will be used in different areas, including financials, controlling, supply chain management, plant maintenance and human resources.

In Latin America, Crystalis Consulting has offices in Argentina, Chile, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Peru, Brazil and Mexico.


A total of 13 Argentine IT companies will participate in a commercial mission to Silicon Valley, the city government of Buenos Aires said in a statement.

The trip will take place from February 28 to March 4, according to the report.

The participating companies are Metrix, Keepcon, Wiroos (Taringa!), V-Found, Mindet Design, Vurbia, Altodot, SIA Sistemas, Binaria Group, Empreware, Activica, Junglebat and Click Bunker.