Brazilian IT services firm CPM Braxis Capgemini has kicked off an expansion with new offices in Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina states, the company said in a statement.
The initiative looks to meet growing demand for IT services in Brazil's south, home to some 13% of the country's GDP and with great potential for new business, the company said, citing IDC.
The new offices will expand services provided in the region through local support to customers in the three states. Initially, the company will open two commercial offices in the cities of Curitiba (Paraná) and Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul).
For CPM Braxis Capgemini, having presence in the south is essential to achieving its growth plan, aligned with its strategy of increasing the group's reach in every country where it operates.
CPM Braxis was acquired last year by French technology services consultancy Capgemini, merging operations and brands in Brazil's market. It offers applications management services, infrastructure products and services, and business process outsourcing (BPO). The company has eight development centers, one testing center and one data center in the country.