ManageEngine Plans to Address IT Management Needs in Brazil
October 05, 2017
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ManageEngine announced plans to address the growing IT management needs in Brazil.

The launch of its new revamped Brazilian website and partner strategy will help to improve its services and support for organizations here. On the Brazil website, organizations will have access to information on IT management trends in Brazilian Portuguese, and can try their hands on easy-to-use IT management products for free. This is in response to the surging IT market in Brazil, and to help Brazilian companies improve the state of their IT management and advance the alignment of IT and business objectives.

With 12 percent business growth in the region over the last 12 months, ManageEngine’s plans to go local are strengthened by investments in partner training and certification programs coupled with rigorous efforts of partners in this region - ACSoftware, Centric System Brazil Softwares Ltda, and Pinpoint IT Management.

Brazil's IT growth is being confirmed by a number of industry observers. According to IDC, the country’s IT market is said to grow by 2.5 percent in 2017 alone. Gartner also expects cloud, analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to drive IT growth through 2022. Meanwhile, the Getúlio Vargas Foundation confirms growing returns on IT investments. According to the foundation study, for every 1 percent of investment Brazilian companies made in the area of computing, profit increases 7% within two years.

"Relentless advances in technology are creating new opportunities and challenges for Brazilian organizations," said Raj Sabhlok, President of ManageEngine. "However, business units – not IT departments - are increasingly the ones making or influencing IT decisions. To meet those business demands, IT teams need a suite of integrated tools that help align IT and business teams, and we are uniquely qualified to deliver that suite."

ManageEngine expects to grow at 25 percent in the next 12 months in the region.

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