US provider of operational intelligence software Splunk sees specific business opportunities in five verticals in Latin America, company marketing communications director Joe Fitzpatrick told BNamericas.
The company - which recently launched operations in Latin America - is targeting telecommunications, online services, financial services, government and education markets across the region.
"We anticipate growth across the entire region, but are especially optimistic about Brazil and Mexico," Fitzpatrick said. "We feel Latin America will be an important and influential market for Splunk. Splunk is already used across the Latin American region, both by paid license users and Splunk free users."
Splunk is also looking to expand its existing partner base in Latin America. "We already have few partners, and we will add partners across the region as justified by market IT economic analysis and by specific vertical demands," he added.
Headquartered in San Francisco, Splunk provides operational intelligence software used to monitor, report and analyze real-time machine data, as well as terabytes of historical data.