Roundup: Sonda, Shavlik Technologies-Aranda Software, Softcorp, Ari

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Chilean IT systems integrator Sonda has penned an outsourcing contract with compatriot construction materials provider Cementos Melón, Sonda said in a statement.

Under the terms of the agreement, Sonda will provide data center services for five years.

The contract aims to improve IT service availability, provide a technological base for new product development and optimize IT service administration.

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Miami-based Aranda Software, which has operations solely in Latin America, has formed a partnership with US IT management firm Shavlik Technologies, the latter company said in a statement.

Shavlik inked the deal to further its international expansion. The company's client base includes financial companies, government agencies and healthcare institutions.


Brazilian IT firm Softcorp has implemented several solutions for compatriot surety bond company CesceBrasil, Softcorp said in a statement.

Softcorp installed Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Exchange Server 2007 and US software provider CA Technologies' (NYSE: CA) XOsoft High Availability for Applications Enterprise OS 12.5.


Ecuadorian PC manufacturer Ari sees business opportunities in government tenders, local newspaper Diário de Negócios reported.

Ari has been marketing its PCs since November, and divides its products into four categories: low-end, mid-range, gamer and netbook.