Roundup: Tivit, TCS, Verint, Avanade-Intel-CPM Braxis

Friday, December 9, 2011

Brazilian IT and business process outsourcing firm Tivit has appointed Tatiana Lorenzi as human and organizational development manager, the company said in a statement.

Lorenzi has been working at Tivit for eight years. She will be responsible managing some 26,000 direct and indirect Tivit employees nationwide.

The executive has a degree in psychology from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina and holds a master's in CRM from Ibmec, as well as in human resources from FIA.

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Tata Consultancy Services' (TCS) CEO, N Chandrasekaran, has been appointed as personality of the year in the IT industry by Indian magazine Dataquest, for being one of the greatest contributors to the IT market, the firm announced in a release.

N Chandrasekaran has headed TCS since 2009 and has been responsible for designing and executing the company's global strategy. He has been responsible for increasing TCS's presence in markets such as the Middle East and Latin America.


US software developer Verint Systems has been recognized by consultancy Frost & Sullivan as a featured company in 2011 for the Latin American contact center applications market.

The consultancy recognizes companies that work in different IT niches, providing added value to customers.

"Receiving this recognition is an honor for us because it demonstrates our global reach and commitment as partners in the success of our customers," said Verint Witness Actionable Solutions' general manager of strategic operations, Nancy Treaster.


Avanade, Intel and CPM Braxis are the IT companies that made it into the first edition of TOP Employers Brazil 2012 for the local market, promoted by the CRF Institute, according to the latter's website.

The CRF Institute is a Dutch entity that identifies companies with the best HR policies and practices. Aspects considered include salaries, benefits, training, career development, working conditions and corporate culture.

The ranking comprises a total of 13 companies that operate in the Brazilian market, and includes Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble.