The company reports strong growth in net income of US$149mn, up from a net loss of US$13mn in the second quarter 2015.
The move comes given the rapid growth of Bricksave, a real estate crowdfunding platform, which launched in Argentina in February and has already seen investments of US$1mn.
Álvaro Lamé, president of the Uruguayan IT chamber, said the association will work in the areas of regulation, incubators and entrepreneurship, and education to make sure the IT industry reaches its potential.
A survey of local companies by industry association Abinee shows that expectations have grown for sales increases in the second half of this year.
The country has become the third in Latin America to have the service after the tool was taken to In Colombia in 2013 and Mexico earlier this year.
According to Pragma Consultores, the use of drones and nanotechnology in the oil and gas industry is allowing companies to obtain and process real-time data, which reduces operating costs and helps with the development of tailored solutions.
The US IT giant predicts an increase in attacks aimed at infecting online service users with malware and phishing for their payment card and account credentials.
The operator will send city administrators half-hourly information on the number of unique users per cell (specific location), enabling better management of public services during large events.
The Inter-American Development Bank is providing loans to Peru to upgrade customs technology and infrastructure.
Developed with one eye on the Olympics, the revamped app comes with a feature that allows users to track when the next train will arrive.
Legislation on personal data privacy has been seen as necessary for the creation of a single market in Latin America to enable the exchange of digital goods and services.
The Uruguayan government has said that all of its administrative services will be available online by the end of 2016, including allowing citizens to pay fees using their smartphones and allowing tracking of processes on the internet.
For Brazilian copper and metal alloy product manufacturer Termomecanica, technology means more than industrial automation to streamline copper manufacturing. The firm has made successful sales of its digital platform, and has just extended its partnership with SAP to integrate its operations.