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While anticipating a critical year for Mexico's public sector in the way of technology, local IT consultancy Nasoft also expects its sales to grow 30% in 2011, according to a press release from its partner SAP (NYSE: SAP).
In January 2012, all government offices and agencies utilizing budgetary and economic resources will have to comply with the accounting practices outlined in the country's general government accounting act.
SAP said Nasoft's experience in this area, using SAP's platform, makes it well positioned to tackle this challenge, giving as examples the local company's experience implementing its solutions in Mexico's public service sector and in private industry.
Nasoft's general director, Eugenio Kuri, said through SAP's platform, the company can cover all industrial and government sectors. Nasoft focuses exclusively on SAP solutions, allowing corporate clients to delegate maintenance and operations of their business applications.