Roundup: Argentina-Chile tech ties, ActualiSAP, Nagarro, Collis-Tecnocomputación

Monday, January 31, 2011

Argentine and Chilean government ministers have agreed to strengthen ties in technology, Chile's science and technology council, Conicyt, said in a statement.

Conicyt and Argentina's science and technology ministry will jointly carry out projects on technology exchange, human resources development, and research and development.

Representatives from the organizations will also host an innovation conference in August.

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The agreements were reached during bilateral meetings held January 27.


Peruvian construction firm ICCGSA has tapped Chilean IT consultancy ActualiSAP for software implementation, the latter company said in a statement.

ActualiSAP implemented SAP (NYSE: SAP) software modules related to areas including financial, materials, human resource and maintenance management.

Founded in 2002, ActualiSAP has more than 25 clients.


US software developer Nagarro gained two new enterprise clients in Latin America last year, the company said in a statement without naming the customers.

The company also supported projects that were rolled out in multiple regions.

"In 2010, Nagarro signed new outsourced software development deals with eight multibillion-dollar global enterprises across the US, Latin America and Europe," the statement read.


Dutch smart card technology provider Collis has formed a partnership with Venezuelan integrator Tecnocomputación, Collis said in a statement.

Under the terms of the agreement, Tecnocomputación will sell the complete Collis Payment Tools suite.

Headquartered in Caracas, Tecnocomputación also has offices in Bogotá.