Trevisan goes after European corporate market

Monday, February 21, 2011

Brazilian software developer for mobile devices Trevisan Tecnologia's new European unit will target demand among the continent's corporate market for solutions to automate business processes, CEO Alexandre Trevisan told BNamericas.

The company also intends to form partnerships outside of Brazil with developers, service providers, associates and affiliates, Trevisan said.

Trevisan Tecnologia launched operations in the European market - to be run out of an office in London - last week at the Mobile World Congress. The firm plans to run "an aggressive internet initiative" to increase the new outlet's visibility.

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Trevisan Tecnologia's platform provides corporate clients development, support and management tools through cloud computing and software as a service (Saas) models.

"You can build [business-to-business] applications in 10 minutes or less," Trevisan said. "There's no need to write code using a programming language. It's all about defining an application and loading to the mobile device in one of our enabled platforms."

In Brazil, the company sees continued opportunity for growth as the costs of data transmission services and smartphones fall.

"That enables automation projects to be initiated in companies of any size," the executive said.

Trevisan Tecnologia has been in the Brazilian market for more than 15 years. The firm's clientele includes mobile operator TIM and bank Bradesco.