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

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

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.


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.


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.