Roundup: Totvs, Stefanini, Papyre, Sysprice

- Friday, December 16, 2011

Roundup: Totvs, Stefanini, Papyre, Sysprice

Brazil's largest software company Totvs has developed an exchange program for its employees, the company said in a statement.

The program includes Totvs' Brazil, Mexico and Argentina professionals and is said to be part of a broader internationalization process the company is undergoing. In this first phase of the project, eight professionals have been selected and will be offered the opportunity to work for about two months in other international units.

In order to participate in the process, applicants must have at least two years of service in the company, advanced levels of English and Spanish (for Brazilians), English and Portuguese (for Argentines and Mexicans) and a university degree.

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Brazilian IT solutions firm Stefanini is presenting a software suite aimed at integrating public services, mainly during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the company reported in a release.

Stefanini expects to have the government as a client, and is offering consulting services to administer the platform. The solution has been developed in partnership with SAP.

Dubbed the "situation room," it is said to integrate data from different government agencies, providing information for the handling - or anticipation - of emergencies.

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Spanish e-books developer Grammata is unveiling to the Argentinian market a new e-reader model, the company said in a statement.

According to Grammata, the Papyre 613 comes with a longer lasting battery (12,000 page turns without the necessity of recharging) and weighs 240 grams, including the battery.

The device was also developed with e-ink technology (e-ink Pearl), which handles light contrasts or reflection and has a Qwerty keyboard, with Spanish characters.

Papyre 613 is already available in the country and is being sold with Grammata's entire e-library through the company's website and its distribution channels.

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Brazilian IT solutions integrator Sysprice is presenting a new e-commerce solution to the Brazilian market, developed in partnership with IBM, the former announced in a statement.

The IBM Smarter Commerce solution "integrates the physical store, a website and mobile devices in a single environment, providing the customer a unique shopping experience," Sysprice's commercial manager Ubiratan Mascarenhas said.

According to the executive, Sysprice expects to increase by 18% its revenues in 2012 with sales of the new solution.