Brazilian IT company PC Sistemas has opened a new office in Belém, capital of Pará state, the company said in its Twitter account.
The new unit is part of the company's aggressive expansion project, which has included another two units this year alone - one in Recife and the other in Porto Alegre - to increase client support, according to PC Sistemas director Denise Patrus.
The facilities in Pará will include meeting rooms, technical support, training and commercial support for the ERP system WinThor.
According to company commercial director Ademar Alves, the outlook for the new unit is positive. "We will have a qualified team to serve our customers and partners, and focus on strengthening our relationships, establishing partnerships and boosting mutual growth."
The company has eight offices across Brazil.