Acsys expects revenues to expand 35-40% this year

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Friday, July 22, 2011

Argentine IT firm Acsys expects its revenues this year to expand some 35-40%, company general manager Daniel Navon told BNamericas, without providing hard figures.

Navon said that during the first half of the year, Acsys revenues grew 30% compared to the same period in 2010.

The executive said revenues in 2010 expanded 35%.

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Acsys currently has a client base of 40-45 companies, including the largest local banks and oil firms, Navon said. He said the firm adds some five clients each year.

The firm has four partners - NetApp, VMware, Riverbed and Symantec. Navon said Acsys started working with VMware this year. "We expect a lot of growth in this segment in the future," he added.

Some 70% of the company's sales comes from NetApp's solutions, the executive said. Sales of Riverbed solutions represent 15%, while VMware and Symantec account for the remaining 15%, he added.