Roundup: Cuti, DBNeT, Tivit, VMware

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Uruguayan software and IT services association Cuti will host a regional technology event on March 23-25, Cuti said in a statement.

The conference, called Montevideo BIZIT, will bring together technology industry representatives from Ibero-America.

The event will take place on the grounds of local technological lab LATU's IT hub.

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Chilean software developer DBNeT has expanded its client base among insurance companies and stock brokers, DBNeT said in a statement.

Local companies in these segments currently using DBNeT solutions include LarrainVial, Moneda Asset Management, Compass Group, Principal and ING Administradora General de Fondos.


Brazilian IT and business process outsourcing firm Tivit has received PCI Internal Security Assessor certification, Tivit said in a statement.

The certification establishes standards for data protection and credit card payments.


California-based virtualization software company VMware (NYSE: VMW) has acknowledged work done by its Latin American partners, the company said in a statement.

Partner firms that received recognition include Brazilian IT firm Cimcorp, the Latin American division of Spanish IT wholesaler Afina and the Latin American division of IBM (NYSE: IBM) Global Services.

VMware made the announcements at its VMware Partner Exchange 2011, which was held earlier this month.