Anida sees sales of US$10mn in 2010

Friday, February 4, 2011

Chilean IT services provider Anida saw sales expand 40% in 2010, closing the year with US$10mn in revenues, according to a company statement.

During 2010, Anida launched new services based on HP software tools such as HP BTO LoadRunner and HP BTO Orchestration, while also incorporating a new virtual platform monitoring service using V-Kernel Software.

According to Anida, the improved confidence in the company from its main IT partners including HP, Symantec, VMware, Microsoft and V-Kernel were integral to its performance. Anida said its growth in Peru was "explosive," causing the need to double its staff members.

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Anida consolidated relations through the renewal of service contracts with companies that include Caja de Compensación Los Andes, Movistar, AngloAmerican, Colmena and Consorcio.

During 2011, Anida expects sales of US$15mn as well as strong growth in operation services, administration and monitoring of IT platforms. General manager Adolfo Tassara said Anida will step up its commercial efforts and areas of service.

Previously, Tassara told BNamericas that Anida is evaluating new offices in Peru and Chile and will support growth by investing in presales teams, but has no short-term plans of expanding to new geographies.