ICT solutions and services provider Grupo Solutis is starting operations in Brazil with an initial investment of 6mn reais (US$3.77mn), the company said in a statement.
The company, based in Salvador state, was founded by investors and entrepreneurs that focus on the Brazilian IT market, as well as Brazil's Grupo Unipartners.
"We've studied the market and identified major opportunities in the area of technology," Solutis CEO Christian Villela Dunce said.
Solutis will seek to serve the demands of its customers in five main areas - applications, infrastructure, mobility, wireless and performance management.
"By the end of this year, we expect to invest over 11mn reais to expand our area of expertise. We're even focused on acquisitions," Dunce added.
The company will be supported by partners such as wireless application networks developer Apprion, represented in Brazil by Cisco; Huawei; and Daten Computadores for the supply and development of computers, desktops, notebooks and servers.