HiT Takes IT Solutions to South America
February 26, 2008 Alex Woodie
Data integration tool vendor HiT Software last week revealed a series of new partners who will represent the Silicon Valley company in the burgeoning South American IT market. The company also hired a Latin American sales manager, and translated sections of it Web site into Spanish.
HiT Software develops a series of tools designed to make it easier for companies to move data among their major relational databases (including DB2/400), XML, and Windows and Java applications using an assortment of .NET, OLE DB, ODBC, and JDBC techniques.
Interest in HiT’s tools among South and Central American organizations has increased considerably in the last year, according to the company. As a result, the company has decided to establish a greater presence in the region.
New partners signed by HiT include Intersoft of Bolivia, AMM Planac Solutions of Brazil, and TecnoAV of Ecuador. These partners join HiT’s existing partners Data Care of Argentina and Info2000 of Chile.
HiT also hired Alejandro Millalen to be the company’s sales manager for Latin America. Millalen is based in Santiago, Chile, and will represent HiT Software to the company’s channel partners, as well as its customers.