São Paulo, March 5, 2018 – Stefanini, one of the most important global providers of technology-based business solutions, joins VANTIQ, to offer the VANTIQ application platform. Considered a market innovator, the solution allows the rapid development of complex digital solutions which speeds up the process of implementing digital transformation projects – especially those related to the Internet of Things (IoT) which is undergoing hyper-growth in Brazil. According to a study published by the IDC Research, in 2018 alone the IoT market will generate US $8 billion in Brazil.
According to Breno Barros, Director of Innovation & Digital Business of Stefanini, the companies are in synergy, since they seek to contribute to the digital transformation in their clients. “VANTIQ is a pioneer company in Silicon Valley and found in Stefanini a great partner to leverage business in Brazil. Our customers have a lot to gain from this collaboration, since it makes it possible to develop innovative solutions quickly.”
VANTIQ is a real-time application Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution, aimed at dramatically simplifying the development, deployment, and maintenance of applications that drive digital transformation. Through it, it is possible to build the logic of software and distribute it in different formats for various devices, which allows the professionals to focus on specific characteristics. In the previous model, it was necessary to develop the codes, line by line, which required significant time and expense. The VANTIQ platform makes it possible to reduce the development of solutions from months to days.
In addition, the platform offered by Stefanini also enables real-time management of applications to understand systems and streamline decision making. “Stefanini and VANTIQ are aligned on the importance of collaborating with their customers in the process of digital transformation from the technological point of view. We know that the market is under pressure and that companies that do not participate in this transition will be out of the market in the next ten years”, said Marty Sprinzen, CEO of VANTIQ, during a recent visit to Brazil.
According to Eduardo Schvinger, vice president of VANTIQ in Latin America, “There is a resumption of growth of the Brazilian economy, which represents a great business opportunity in several segments, such as Finance, Industry, Health Care, Telecommunications, Utilities and Retail.”
“The partnership allows for a great level of abstraction and scalability – millions of access per second. We believe the solution will make a significant contribution to our digital portfolio and, in particular, enormous possibilities for our customers”, adds Dulce Marchiori, product manager, solutions and partnerships at Stefanini.
VANTIQ (www.vantiq.com), the company that powers real-time business operations, provides the only truly dynamic platform for quickly and easily creating transformative, event-driven applications to drive your agile business operations in real time. Founded in 2015 by renowned tech industry veterans Marty Sprinzen and Paul Butterworth, VANTIQ enables those involved in mission-critical business operations to benefit from a new breed of real-time applications with dramatically reduced time-to-market, significantly lower development and maintenance costs, and maximum agility in response to constantly-changing operational requirements.
Stefanini (www.stefanini.com) is a Brazilian multinational with 30 years of experience in the market, investing in a complete innovation ecosystem to meet the main verticals and assist customers in the process of digital transformation. With robust offerings aligned with market trends such as automation, cloud, Internet of Things (IoT) and User Experience (UX), the company has been recognized with several awards in the area of innovation.
Currently, the Brazilian multinational has a broad portfolio that mixes innovative consulting and marketing solutions, mobility, personalized campaigns and artificial intelligence to traditional solutions such as Service Desk, Field Service and outsourcing (BPO).
Present in 40 countries, Stefanini was nominated, for the third consecutive year, as the fifth transnational company more internationalized, according to the 2017 Dom Cabral Foundation Ranking.