Roundup: Carozzi-IBM, Neoris, Grupo Euclides-Microsoft, Druidics

- Friday, July 29, 2011

Roundup: Carozzi-IBM, Neoris, Grupo Euclides-Microsoft, Druidics

Chilean food market company Carozzi has signed an IT services contract with IBM's (NYSE: IBM) local unit to renew part of its computing platform, according to a statement.

Under the agreement, IBM Chile will provide 590 Lenovo computers (including notebooks and desktops), as well as maintenance services for 36 months.

The value of the deal was not disclosed.

Start your 15 day free trial now!

cta-arrow

Already a subscriber? Please, login

***

Latin American IT consultancy firm Neoris was recognized as one of the leading Latin American outsourcing companies in the Global Services 100 ranking, Neoris said in a statement.

The Global Services 100 ranking, in its sixth year, identifies leading service providers based on management excellence, customer maturity, global delivery maturity and range of services.

Neoris was named to the 2011 GS100 in five categories - top outsourcing leaders in Latin America, top Latin American delivery leaders, top enterprise applications vendors, top global mid-tier IT outsourcing vendors, and leading mid-tier application development and maintenance vendors.

***

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Latin America has named Spanish IT consultancy Euclides as best Dynamics ERP regional partner, Euclides said in a statement.

As part of Microsoft's partner program, the award recognizes regional partners providing software solutions based on Microsoft technology.

This year, 420 partners in Latin America were evaluated.

In Latin America, Euclides has operations in Argentina and Mexico.

***

Argentine software developer Druidics has moved its corporate offices to a new facility in Buenos Aires, the company said in a statement.

As part of the company's expansion process, this new facility will help Druidics - an IBM business partner - strengthen service quality, better position itself as a technology consultant and integrate new business units, according to Uriel Schneid, Druidics senior partner.