Roundup: Softland, Softsul, Neoris, SAP

Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Argentine unit of Spanish administration software provider Grupo Softland has added local companies J Llorente y Cia and Productos Alimenticios to its client base, the firm said in a statement.

Softland Argentina has more than 500 large and medium-size clients, such as Electrolux Argentina and River Plate Athletic Club.

Grupo Softland has a presence throughout Latin America, servicing 25,000 active clients.

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Brazilian software development association Softsul will be one of the sponsors of a new edition of international open software forum FISL, the association said in a statement.

The forum will take place in Porto Alegre from June 29 to July 2.


IT consultancy IDC has ranked Latin American IT firm Neoris among the region's top IT consultancies based on aggregate revenue, growth and market share for 2010, led by a strong showing in Colombia and Brazil, Neoris said in a statement.

According to IDC's Latin America Semiannual IT Services Tracker 2010, Neoris retained the number two spot for the sixth year in a row in IT consulting, outperforming more than 150 other IDC-ranked companies and improving on its ranking in several countries in the region.

"Neoris still leads all companies by a significant margin for IT consulting and systems integration in Mexico, and in Brazil and Colombia we are growing at a significant rate by capturing market share in such areas as telecommunications, banking, healthcare and manufacturing," Neoris CEO Claudio Muruzábal said.


SAP (NYSE: SAP) has added two new financial institutions to its client base in Brazil, the firm said in a statement.

The clients - banks Intermedium and BRDE - have deployed SAP's Banking Services tool.