“Our goal with Sourcing Brazil is to introduce CIOs, business decision-makers, and IT professionals to the possibilities of collaborating with the world-class technology providers in Brazil
(PRWEB) May 31, 2011
The first, truly comprehensive web news brand dedicated to the fast growing Brazil IT services and BPO market launches today. Sourcing Brazil, an extension of the popular Nearshore Americas online brand, will focus on the IT innovation explosion happening in the world’s fifth largest economy.
Brazilian software developers are known for having designed the most advanced systems for financial services in the world. That tradition of innovation continues today in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro but also in smaller cities clustered with technoparks, such as Curitiba, Porto Allegre, and Recife. Sourcing Brazil will introduce readers to the companies and individuals who are helping global clients — including some of the most famous brands in the world — use IT to meet business goals.
Contributors to Sourcing Brazil will include experienced IT and business journalists; analysts and outsourcing experts; CIOs; technology developers; market researchers; and cultural observers.
“Our goal with Sourcing Brazil is to introduce CIOs, business decision-makers, and IT professionals to the possibilities of collaborating with the world-class technology providers in Brazil,” said Kirk Laughlin, CEO at Nearshore Americas, which is owner of the Sourcing Brazil operation.
As more global businesses turn to Latin America for help with developing technology-based solutions, more are successfully partnering with IT companies in Brazil. Research shows that the Brazilian IT outsourcing market is heating up. Analysts at IDC project growth of nearly 10% annually and say the country's service providers will generate $30 billion in revenue in 2014.
For more information about Sourcing Brazil or to schedule an interview with Kirk Laughlin, contact: Kirk(at)Nextcoastmedia(dot)com
IT providers who want to discuss their solutions or share news are encouraged to contact chief editor Dennis Barker (dennis(at)nextcoastmedia(dot)com) or Brazil editor Filipe Pacheco (filipe(at)nextcoastmedia(dot)com).
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