Quanam expects Brazil operation to represent 25% of total revenues this year

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Uruguayan software and IT service provider Quanam expects its Brazilian operation to account for some 25% of its total revenues this year, company founder and partner Víctor Ganón told BNamericas.

The executive added that the firm's Brazilian operation will grow 30% next year. Quanam just opened a new office in Porto Alegre, through which the company will provide support to clients in Rio Grande do Sul, Paraná and Santa Catarina states.

In Brazil, the company already has field offices in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. The firm's local operation was launched eight years ago, and clients include Santander, Citigroup, Ipiranga, Michelin, Porto Seguro, Claro and Makro.

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Quanam is a platinum partner of US corporate software solutions developer Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL), and its portfolio includes business intelligence, ERP, CRM, outsourcing and software factory solutions, among others.

Headquartered in Uruguayan capital Montevideo, Quanam also has operations in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and the US.