Roundup: Triad Systems, Prioridad 1, Move1, GXS

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Brazilian software developer Triad Systems has appointed Victor Espinal as regional director for the Americas, the company said in a statement.

Espinal will oversee Triad's expansion to the US, Canada and Mexico.

The company also hired Andrea Borges and Mario Cardozo to focus on the telecoms and financial markets, respectively.

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In Brazil, the company has offices in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Manaus.


The Argentine unit of Spanish clothing manufacturer Zara has selected local security technology provider Prioridad 1 to implement a surveillance solution, the latter said in a statement.

Prioridad 1 provides electronic security systems based on in-house software.

Founded in 1990, Prioridad 1 implements tailor-made security solutions for each of its clients, including design, supply, installation and maintenance. The company's solutions include biometric devices, CCTV and internet image transmission systems.

Based in Buenos Aires, Prioridad 1's clients include local units of Sistemas Bejerman, Siemens and Burger King.


Brazilian IT distributor Move1 has signed an agreement with Dutch hardware manufacturer Point of View, the former said in a statement.

Under the agreement, the Brazilian firm will act as Point of View's master distributor in the local market.

Point of View has offices in the US, Spain, Taiwan, China and Brazil.


The Brazilian unit of US business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce solutions provider GXS has appointed Paulo Aparecido Crapina as marketing director, the firm said in a statement.

Crapina previously worked for Carrefour and Net Serviços.

Headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland, in the US, GXS also has offices in Europe and Asia-Pacific.