OpenText, a global provider in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), announced its new office in Sao Paulo, Brazil that will support its Latin America business operations. Located in one of Sao Paulo's key business areas, the office will serve as OpenText's South American headquarters. Additionally, the company has increased its workforce and opened a new satellite office in the capital city of Brasilia to further expand its footprint in the region.
"Latin America is a vibrant market and the office expansion in Brazil is a sign of OpenText's commitment to the region," said OpenText President and CEO Mark J. Barrenechea. "With a diversifying technology landscape and increasing Internet penetration, the country is in the midst of a technology boom which creates huge opportunity for businesses. By strengthening our presence in Latin America, we are now able to provide local organizations with solutions tailored to their specific needs to help them capitalize on their enterprise information."
OpenText has an expanded product portfolio for the region that includes:
- Enterprise Information Management—OpenText offers an integrated set of product suites that deliver a developer platform, a consistent user experience and deep integration across suites to enable CIOs to partner with all lines of business.
- B2B Managed Services—A B2B integration solution, OpenText's Managed Services solution provides companies with highly-skilled B2B specialists who assume the day-to-day operations for the customer, including ERP integration, mapping, on-boarding and technical support.
- e-Invoicing with Compliance—Supporting regulatory compliance in more than 40 countries including Brazil and Mexico, OpenText provides a range of e-Invoicing solutions to offer a single solution to maintain tax compliance for electronic invoicing.
- Electronic Creation and Delivery of Boletos—Track and report on payments that have been issued and paid, and receive a summary of bank fees incurred from Boletos to increase payment accuracy and eliminate any payment discrepancies.
"Expanding our presence in Brazil will enable us to help more local businesses as well as serve other geographies of Latin America, by leveraging the power of Enterprise Information Management," said Roberto Regente Jr., VP Sales Latin America & Caribbean, OpenText.
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