Roundup: Gemalto, Infor, Comptel, Finnegans

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Brazilian telecom operator Claro has acquired a solution from Netherlands-based digital security company Gemalto, the latter company said in a statement.

Claro implemented Gemalto's number management solution to optimize network capacity and reduce logistics costs.

The Americas represents 25% of Gemalto's billing, and Latin America is one of the fastest growing regions for the company.

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Argentine manufacturing company Essen has acquired a solution from US software company Infor, the software firm said in a statement.

Essen installed the Infor ERP VISUAL, which is geared toward medium-sized manufacturing firms. The software is designed to bring improvements in inventory visibility, planning and scheduling.

Essen will use the software in its production, finance and sales departments.


Argentine mobile telephony operator Movistar has tapped Finnish software company Comptel for a management platform, according to a Comptel statement.

Movistar upgraded its existing platform to Comptel Convergent Mediation, which is used to administer the collection and transformation of network transactions.

Comptel completed the project with help from partner IBM (NYSE: IBM) Argentina.


Argentine agricultural export company Calafate has tapped compatriot firm Finnegans for a software solution, the latter company said in a statement.

Calafate adopted Finnegans' Ceres Agro solution to eliminate duplicated data and streamline its information gathering processes.

Calafate has presence in Salta and Buenos Aires.