Roundup: Microglobal, Elipse, Oracle, Softland

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Argentine IT products distributor Microglobal will start offering notebooks manufactured by compatriot firm Banghó, the former said in a statement.

In an initial phase, Microglobal will distribute Banghó's Pro line, which targets the corporate segment. In the distribution agreement's second phase, Microglobal will add other product lines, including notebooks for the consumer segment, desktops and netbooks.

Banghó's products will be available starting January.

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Brazilian industrial automation software producer Elipse will provide two solutions to compatriot mining company Samarco, the latter said in a statement.

Under the agreement, Elipse will implement the Supervisório Elipse 3 platform and the Elipse Plant Manager solution.

The total value of this project, including software, hardware and integration, reaches 2.5mn reais (US$1.34mn).


Banco de Chile has signed an agreement with US software giant Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL) to deploy the latter's Exalogic elastic cloud solution, Oracle said in a release.

Exalogic is hardware and software engineered together to run Java and Oracle applications, as well as all other enterprise applications, with lower costs of ownership.

Banco de Chile became the first Latin American company to implement this technology, Oracle said.


The Argentine unit of Spanish administration software provider Grupo Softland has added 60 clients during 2011, the firm said in a statement.

Client additions in 2010 totaled 45, the firm said.

Some of the new clients include Motorarg, Schaeffler Argentina, Securitas Perú, Maltería Oriental, Alliance Semillas, Kalciyan Tecnología del Vidrio, Fundación Barceló and Quetzal Química.

The company offers ERP solutions for several verticals and has more than 25 years of experience in the market.