Roundup: Sybase Day, Novis, Qualicorp, Atos

- Friday, October 14, 2011

Roundup: Sybase Day, Novis, Qualicorp, Atos

Chilean IT systems integrator Tech 1 Group is organizing Sybase Day Chile 2011, scheduled for October 21 in capital Santiago, the company said in a statement.

The event will present processes adopted by local companies that have invested in Sybase technology, from the implementation phase to the results obtained.

In addition, this year's presentations will focus on presenting solutions on analytics, data management and mobility.

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Sybase, owned by SAP (NYSE: SAP), has been represented by Tech 1 Group in Chile since 2001.

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Chilean IT services provider Novis, which specializes in SAP, is launching a SAP-certified platform for cloud computing, called Iceberg, the company said in a release.

Iceberg was developed as part of a project supported by state development agency Corfo's innovation program Innova Chile.

The platform allows for the automation of SAP management and operation activities, coordinating recurrent processes, installing and instantly retrieving the database.

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Brazilian healthcare solutions provider Qualicorp has implemented a solution developed by CPM Braxis Capgemini to create a new customer relationship channel, the companies said in a statement.

Self-service terminals will be installed in strategic locations to offer clients another service option besides the already existent channels: call center, stores and website.

The project, developed and implemented in three months by CPM Braxis Capgemini, included standardizing systems and software development services and monitoring the solution and hardware.

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Franco-Dutch IT firm Atos (formerly Atos Origin) has appointed Wiliam Wochler as director for telecommunications, media and technology in Brazil and Latin America, the company said in a statement.

The executive will be in charge of leading the company's expansion in Latin America, and will report to Atos' CEO for Brazil and Latin America, Alexandre Gouvêa.

Wochler has a degree in electrical engineering and a master's in systems engineering from Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo and an MBA from the Fundação Getulio Vargas.