Roundup: Vieira-Ishikawa Software, Verint Systems, Entuity-NAUTEC, IBM

- Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Roundup: Vieira-Ishikawa Software, Verint Systems, Entuity-NAUTEC, IBM

Brazilian software firm Vieira-Ishikawa Software has won a tender called by Santa Catarina state-controlled power utility Celesc, the former company said in a statement.

Vieira-Ishikawa Software will implement a process control and supervision system, and also provide related technical support for the Brazilian company.

Vieira-Ishikawa Software's offering also includes consulting, training and outsourcing services.

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Bavaria, a Colombian subsidiary of brewing company SABMiller, has acquired several solutions from US software developer Verint Systems, the latter company said in a statement.

Bavaria is implementing Verint's video management software, as well as multiport encoders, video analytics and IP cameras.

The solutions will be installed at Bavaria facilities nationwide.

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UK network management solution provider Entuity has inked a partnership with Latin American products distributor NAUTEC, the companies said in a joint statement.

Under the terms of the agreement, NAUTEC will market Entuity's solutions in Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Central America and the Caribbean.

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The Argentine division of IBM (NYSE: IBM) has named Pablo Esses as consulting manager, local news source Cronista reported.

Esses previously worked in companies such as SAP (NYSE: SAP) and consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers, and has carried out projects in the Latin American telecommunications, government and entertainment sectors.