Brazilian IT services firm CPM Braxis Capgemini has won three of four lots of a public bidding process for the provision of IT infrastructure technology services for Bahia state data processing company Prodeb, the former said in a statement without reporting the price tag.
The project is comprised of network support, monitoring, and operation projects. According to the terms, the firm will be responsible for the deployment and support of LAN and WAN networks, data center monitoring, and the operation of certain equipment.
CPM Braxis Capgemini said the project is due to last 12 months and engage around 60 IT professionals, all of which will be located in Salvador, Bahia state capital.
"The victory in this bidding is an important milestone to our growth strategy among the government segment in Brazil's northeast region. With this project, we will be operational in all Bahia state departments and offices," said CPM director for Northeast region Fernando Perez.
CPM Braxis was acquired last year by French technology services consultancy Capgemini, merging operations and brands in the Brazilian 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 Brazil.