Miami-based Aranda Software, which has operations solely in Latin America, expects to grow 45% this year, but if it consolidates operations in Brazil and Mexico that figure could reach 55%, company president Alberto Lederman was quoted as saying by local press.
In Chile, Peru and Central America, the company is generally among the top five companies in its segment, while Colombia accounts for 40% of Aranda's sales in the region. Its offering includes IT support, asset management, infrastructure management and security management.
Aranda has staff in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. The company is currently working to increase its presence in Brazil and Mexico, according to the executive.
"In three years we will be absolute leaders of the sector in Latin America. In about five years we believe that we'll have presence in Europe and offices in Portugal and Spain, among other countries," he added.
"Today we have our products in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong, with the difficulty of the time difference. We also have some solutions in the US... but the language has been a big barrier, because you need people who know the technical terminology in both languages," Lederman said.
Aranda Software is also betting on new products like network monitoring to enter new markets and offer on-demand portfolios, best practices for cloud solutions and alliances with local telecommunications companies.