Roundup: Unisys, Totvs, PC Sistemas, Gartner

Monday, May 9, 2011

US company Unisys Corporation has formed an alliance with VSoft Corporation, a global information technology provider of process improvement solutions, to offer remote deposit capture solutions for check truncation to financial institutions throughout Latin America, the former said in a release.

Unisys will deliver VSoft's suite of remote deposit capture solutions to enable organizations to capture, validate, process, archive and transmit check and document images from all points of presentment.


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Brazilian software development group Totvs (Bovespa: TOTS3) has strengthened its portfolio for distribution, logistics and construction segments in Chile's market, the firm said in a release.

Through new solutions for these segments, Totvs expects to expand the company's client base in this market, which currently totals 60 firms.

Totvs is a publicly listed system supplier providing business intelligence, human resources and supply chain solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. In 2004, Totvs began to target the public sector and now operates in vertical markets such as education, government, health and retail.


Brazilian management software developer PC Sistemas has launched a new website, with a new structure and layout, the company said in a statement.

The company's client base currently reaches some 3,000 firms. It has six offices across Brazil.


The worldwide enterprise software market showed growth and recovery last year, with total software revenue increasing 8.5% to US$245bn, according to US research firm Gartner.

According to the study, Latin America and Asia-Pacific saw growth in the mid-to-high teens, nearly double the market average.