Enterprise software provider TOTVS sets up R&D center in Silicon Valley

Infotech Lead America: TOTVS, the sixth-largest enterprise software company in the world, has set up TOTVS Labs in Silicon Valley.

The Silicon Valley headquarters includes research and development labs for creating innovative and technologies for its business customers.

TOTVS Labs is offering strategic partnerships to North American technology companies seeking to expand into Brazil and Latin America.

TOTVS provides partners with access to the company’s market expertise and its distribution channel model, which consists of franchises located throughout Brazil and Latin America.

TOTVS Labs focuses research and development on products related to cloud computing, social media, big data and mobile devices.

To attract talented engineers, scientists and designers, TOTVS Labs offers access to all the resources needed to envision and create products and services that change how businesses operate on a global scale.

“Innovation has been a core part of the TOTVS DNA for decades, and that’s why we value the unique culture here in the Silicon Valley that attracts people from around the world who are driven to create world-changing technologies,” said Vicente Goetten, executive director of TOTVS Labs.

“We offer Silicon Valley’s best and brightest professionals the creativity and energy of a startup combined with the extensive resources of one of the largest software companies in the world. It’s a unique opportunity to not only create new product concepts, but to bring them to market on a global scale,” Goetten added.

Moreover, TOTVS Labs also offers advantages for startups and IT companies seeking to expand globally through strategic partnerships that leverage the dominant market position and distribution network TOTVS has built in the Brazilian market and the greater Latin American market.

The network of TOTVS franchises enables strategic partners to more easily reach their target customers throughout the region, streamlining the process that U.S.-based companies face when expanding into Latin America.

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