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10 Jan 2014  |  Latin America
Highlights from IBM's 2013 Event
IBM presented, November 3-7, several new updates and solutions during its Information On Demand event. This Hot Topic presents the main announcements from the analyst's perspective.
26 Feb 2014  |  Latin America
Cisco Event Analysis
During October 2931, 2013, Cisco hosted the Internet of Things (IoT) World Forum in Barcelona, Spain. This 2 and a half-day event was designed for the official launch of IoT globally, and its focus was to explore the size of the opportunity in key market verticals. This Hot Topic summarizes this event and offers analysis regarding the role of the ...
21 Jan 2014  |  Latin America
How IT Trends are Reshaping the Healthcare Industry
The Brazilian healthcare market has been driven by factors such as growth of chronic diseases, increased public and household expenditures, and fast adoption of technologies. As a result of these dynamics, healthcare institutions are pursuing process efficiency and improvements in workflow in order to deal with the increasing demand for services, w...
24 Feb 2014  |  Latin America
Government Action and Service Provider Presence to Inspire Confidence
Colombia hosts one of the most interesting markets for cloud computing in Latin America, with several ICT providers investing by building new datacenters and forging strategic partnerships with strong local participants. This study details the current scenario and future perspectives of the cloud computing market in Colombia, presenting the 2012 ma...
26 Feb 2014  |  Latin America
Current Scenario and Future Outlook on Cloud Computing in Brazil
In the nascent market of cloud computing in Brazil, SaaS holds the largest share of IT services outsourced and IaaS is close behind. Meanwhile, PaaS has become a viable market opportunity. This market insight covers the Brazilian cloud computing market, including the market overview, drivers, restraints, trends, competitive analysis, and forecasts ...
10 Sep 2014  |  Latin America
New Tech-based Business Models Transform Teaching and Learning
The Brazilian education sector is in the global spotlight, capturing the attention of foreign and local investors as well as companies within the sector, and, in turn, driving intense merger and acquisition (M&A) and investment activity. In this hot topic, Frost & Sullivan identifies key areas where the benefits of technology in education are most ...
27 Oct 2014  |  Latin America
How Technology Impacts the Retail Sector in the Customer Era
In this Hot Topic, Frost & Sullivan identifies key areas across the retail sector where the benefits of technology are most acutely felt. It analyzes the key drivers and restraints for technology adoption by retailers and identifies major IT trends in the sector in Brazil, such as online commerce, social networks, RFID, analytics and omni channel i...
19 Aug 2014  |  Latin America
Increased Productivity and Cost Reduction Attract Companies to this Growing Trend
Remote work has not yet been largely adopted in Latin America, especially due to the lack of specific legislation regarding this work modality and its use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). However, important companies in the region from different industry verticals have implemented the home-office model, partially or full-time, ...
20 Aug 2014  |  Latin America
Companies Win 3 WaysOperational Costs Drop, Productivity Rises, and Customer Interaction Improves
The development of new, diverse channels such as the interactive voice response (IVR), social media, chat, and short message service (SMS) has driven customers to demand more qualified, personalized services, which has led to a greater adoption of virtual agent (VA) applications. Furthermore, specifically in Brazil, the increase in purchase power h...
16 Dec 2014  |  Latin America
Colombia, Mexico, and Central America & the Caribbean Drive Growth for the Region
The contact center outsourcing services market in Latin America is expected to attain growth through the end of 2014, driven by a strong performance from regions such as Colombia, Mexico, Central America & the Caribbean, and Peru. While domestic business in the region is predicted to grow at a moderate rate, the offshore services provided from Lati...