US company CDC Software (Nasdaq: CDCS) has signed up five new partner companies in Brazil and Mexico, the company said in a release.
Spanish systems integrator Indra will resell and implement CDC software solutions in Brazil, where the US firm also formed an alliance with local software company IN3.
Meanwhile, CDC also formed partnerships with Mexican firms Occident, Ingeniería, Automatización, Control y Comunicaciones and also Mercadotecnia Integral.
Mexican software developer Innevo has inked an alliance with US business development firm TechMark Global, the companies said in a joint statement.
Under the terms of the agreement, TechMark Global will help Innevo provide development and outsourcing services to US and Canadian customers.
Innevo has offices in Guadalajara, Mexico City and Monterrey, and holds CMMI level 4 certification.
Mexican pharmaceutical company Maypo has tapped Latin American consultancy and systems integrator Grupo Assa for IT services, the latter firm said in a statement.
Grupo Assa implemented SAP (NYSE: SAP) software to help Maypo speed up processes such as billing.
Venezuela's science and technology ministry has carried out open source software training for workers at geographical institute IGVSB, government information technology center CNTI said in a statement.
The training session focused on different aspects of geographic information systems (SIG), such as databases.