New York, NY (PRWEB) September 21, 2010
dbc SMARTsoftware, Inc. ("dbc"), a leading provider of solutions for the global agriculture and soft commodity markets, today announced it has broadened its international support network to include Sao Paulo, Brazil. The dbc team will focus predominantly on the Agriculture, Soft Commodities and Biofuel industries; fortifying the existing five-year OpenLink presence.
"Expanding our dbc operations into South America is an important component of providing local support for our geographically diverse client base” said Mr. Henry Bonner, CEO, dbc SMARTsoftware, an OpenLink Company. He added, “South America is a key region for global Agribusiness and we are responding to the increasing demand for software solutions to manage origination, production and distribution of all Agriculture commodities including Ethanol.”
OpenLink’s CEO Kevin Hesselbirg went on to add, “By fortifying our Brazil office we are best able to serve global industry participants whose worldwide presence includes Latin America, as well as the companies who are part of a significant region in the world Agribusiness stage. Mr. Hesselbirg went on to say, “We are very familiar with the challenges and complexities of commodities markets, and are pleased to be providing South American companies and trading firms our advanced solution suites to support these dynamic markets.”
To learn more about OpenLink’s solutions for Agriculture and Soft Commodities, Biofuels, please visit: http://www.dbcsmartsoftware.com
About dbc SMARTsoftware
dbc SMARTsoftware specializes in the development of Commodity Management, Merchandising and Grain Accounting software. With over three decades of expertise in the commodity-agribusiness industry, the company is located just outside of Toronto, Canada, an agricultural, technology, and financial hub.
The SMARTsoft solution specifically includes: Commodity Management with Contracts, Tickets, Advances, Final Settlement, Accruals, Order Logistics, Debit/Credit Memos, Storage, Position Risk Management, Bin Management and Futures & Options. Also included are A/R, A/P, G/L, Financial Reporting, Inventory Costing, Production, Sales Order Processing, Sales Analysis, Purchase Orders, RIN processing, Brokerage and Contracts-Multiple Products.
Founded in 1992, OpenLink is a provider of cross-asset trading, risk management, related operations processing and portfolio management software solutions for the commodity, energy and financial services markets globally.
OpenLink's client base of more than 350+ customers worldwide includes 12 of the top 25 largest commodity and energy companies by market capitalization, eight of the largest financial institutions and 11 of the largest central banks, as well as major hedge funds, commodities companies and public utilities.
Headquartered on Long Island, New York and with offices in New York City, Houston, London, Berlin, Vienna, São Paulo, Sydney, Singapore and Toronto, OpenLink has more than 900 employees worldwide.