Brazilian IT companies take part in business mission to Mozambique

1 August 2012

Seven companies have confirmed they will take part in the Brazil-Mozambique Mission focused on information technology for the mining and energy, and construction industries, said the coordinator of the mission according to the Brazilian press.

Wilson Caldeira, a consultant from Softex and coordinator of this mission, also said that the fact that these sectors were “experiencing a positive time” in Mozambique due to the arrival of foreign investors and high value projects being implemented, “has created ideal conditions for Brazilian information technology companies involved in these areas to present their respective portfolios of products and solutions.”

The mission, which will take place from 4 to 12 August is carried out by Sociedade Mineira de Software (Fumsoft) and promoted by Softex and the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) with the support of the Brazil-Mozambique Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agri-livestock (CCIABM).

According to Caldeira, the companies that have confirmed their participation are Concert Technologies (http://www.concert.com.br), Critical Software (http://www.criticalsoftware.com.br), Enacom (http://www.enacom.com.br), Framework System (http://www.frameworksystem.com), STA Tecnologia (http://www.staholding.com), Techbiz (http://www.techbiz.com.br) and Vetta (http://www.vettatech.com).

“Mozambique is now amongst the 10 countries with fastest development in the world and already a number of Brazilian organisations are working there, including Vale, Camargo Corrêa and the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation,” noted the coordinator of the business mission. (macauhub)

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