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US IT company Acronis has signed a distribution agreement with Brazilian IT products distributor Network1's value-added software solutions unit, Softe1, the companies said in a statement.
Softe1 will distribute Acronis' value-added software solutions and provide support for resellers, manages services providers and distribution partners.
"With this partnership, we will start offering robust backup and disaster recovery solutions to complement Softe1's portfolio," said Network1 COO Luis Lourenço.
Argentina's northwestern IT chamber (Cidnoa) and Salta's provincial tech hub will be hosting the 17th meeting of the federal council of IT services and software companies (Cfessi), the province said in a statement.
The meeting will take place November 24-25 under the agricultural fair Expoagro Norte.
The federal council offers local ICT companies the opportunity to debate and determine strategic measures, as well as share experiences and achievements.
Cidnoa groups companies engaging in activities related to manufacturing, developing and marketing IT products and services.
Arbor Networks, a global provider of DDoS attack protection, network security and visibility solutions, has expanded its partnership with Brazilian IT firm PromonLogicalis, the companies said in a statement.
PromonLogicalis will now offer Arbor's availability protection system (APS) for corporate clients, operators and data centers.
PromonLogicalis has offices in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay.
International cosmetics and accessories vendor Isadora has tapped Spanish IT firm Crystalis Consulting to add new SAP tools for several business units, including Argentina, Crystalis said in a statement.
As a first stage, Crystalis will implement three ERP modules - MM for supply chain management, FI for financial accounting and CO for controlling.
Isadora will also implement the SAP HR module for its units Grupo Todo Moda, Isadora and Katty Miyoco.
Implementing the first stage will take about five months.