Consulting and outsourcing firm Neoris has announced that it had restructured its operation in Latin America by bringing all its units in the region, except Mexico, under the supervision of Martin Mendez, company’s senior executive.
As part of restructuring, Neoris has created a new business unit for South American region and has named Martin Mendez as its president.
“The streamlined South America Region will integrate the existing Latin American Cluster (LAC) and Brazil operations under the leadership of Martin,” the company stated in a press release.
Martin has held different roles in the company since 2000 –– first as Leader for Neoris’ operations in Argentina and later as president of the Southern Cone Region. Prior to this latest appointment, he served as president of the Latin America Cluster that includes Neoris’ operations in all Latin American countries except Mexico. As part of the restructuring, Méndez will now also be responsible for operations in South America’s largest economy –– Brazil.
“Mendez has a proven track record in the consulting business and with him at helm we will continue to drive growth and development in South America, a strategic market for Neoris,” said Claudio Muruzábal, CEO of Neoris.
“The new South America region is a product of the realities in the marketplace, the demands of our clients and growing trends in the industry to foster business agility and maximize sustainable growth,” said Mendez.
In June, research firm IDC ranked Neoris among the Latin America’s top IT consultancies based on aggregate revenue, growth and market share.
Miami, Fla.-based Neoris offers systems integration, custom application development, IT consulting, and software deployment and support solutions.