Roundup: InnerWorkings, Grupo Prominente, ThingWorx-Konitech, Microsoft

Monday, February 7, 2011

US managed print and promotional services provider InnerWorkings has acquired Chilean BPO firm CPRO Services, the former said in a statement without giving a price tag.

CPRO does business in 12 South and Central American countries, and currently employees 50 workers. The Chilean firm posted revenues of US$22mn in 2009.


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Argentine IT firm Grupo Prominente has named Gonzalo Rueda as CEO, the company said in a statement.

Rueda has formed part of Grupo Prominente for 12 years, and most recently served as solutions architect manager.


US application developer ThingWorx has inked a partnership with Brazilian ICT consultancy Konitech, ThingWorx said in a statement.

Under the terms of the agreement, Konitech will provide sales, service and support for ThingWorx products in the Brazilian market.

Konitech's existing client base includes the local division of electrodomestics manufacturer Whirlpool and Brazilian federal energy company Petrobras (NYSE: PBR).


Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has released its Dynamics AX for Retail R2 solution in 13 Latin American and Caribbean countries, the company said in a statement.

The software is now available in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Trinidad & Tobago, Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay.