IT market believes in growth

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Despite the imminent advances and the inevitable updates that the market receives, last year was a warm period

We know that 2015 was, unfortunately, a weak year for Brazil. Despite the imminent advances and the inevitable updates that the market receives, last year was a warm period - mainly around here. With the Brazilian economy and politics in crisis, many segments laid off employees, and others stabilized growth. Although the scenario is not so positive, the information technology market is hopeful for the coming months.

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), a consultancy and market research company, the Brazilian IT segment may be well above the country's GDP and should end this year as the sixth sector with the most investments, with the expectation of reaching US $ 165.6 billion, 5% more than last year. The segment, which employs more than 1.3 million people in the country, has an upward trend in supply growth of up to 30% by the end of this year.

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For the executive Anderson Coutinho, strategic planning consultant at CH Tecnologia, the market faced great challenges in the last year due to the country's economic recessions. “Serving large companies in the industrial sector, we faced the loss of some important contracts, but, on the other hand, there were months of investments, the search for new technologies and the conquest of international partnerships to foster innovation in the Brazilian market”, he reveals.

The expert also says that the numerous trips made by CH Tecnologia executives to Europe and the United States provided important meetings with leading companies in their markets, which enabled a more comprehensive view of the possibilities and trends for the future. “Based on that, we started to direct our efforts to reduce costs, increase productivity and expand the preventive potential of our clients' work safety issues”, says the consultant.

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