Business News Americas – Roundup: Tecnológico de Monterrey-Wacom, Softland Argentina, Targit, Totvs


    Mexican technology institute Tecnológico de Monterrey has opened its first digital art, architecture and design laboratory, in partnership with US pen tablet and digital pen manufacturer Wacom. Located at the institute’s Santa Fe campus, the institute is equipped with 28 professional pen tablets from Wacom’s Cintiq line, the US firm said in a release. The project provides students with a practical tool to complement their studies, the release added.

    The Argentine unit of Spanish administration software provider Grupo Softland has added a point-of-sale (POS) functionality to its flagship ERP solution, Softland Logic. The tool allows companies to work seamlessly with their subsidiaries through the provision of a comprehensive overview of data and information, the company said in a release. The POS module is important for firms that need to keep their billing processes active and updated, but also manage them from different locations.

    Danish software firm Targit is offering a second round of certification courses in Business Intelligence (BI) in the Brazilian city of São Paulo on July 2-6. The firm will provide practical training lessons on its BI Business Intelligence Suite with the aim of increasing the adoption of the solution. The certification is aimed at consultants, analysts and BI experts and backed by the Targit university training initiative.

    Brazilian software and consulting company Totvs plans to hire 30 professionals for its financial services department in São Paulo. The new employees will work to strengthen the company’s position and expertise in the segment. Vacancies are for senior and junior Java developers. Interested parties can apply until July 15 here, selecting "SP100 – Systems Analyst III – Java."