Businesspeople defend "democratization" in access to cutting-edge technology.

Exhibitors and participants at the 4th edition of Angotic defended, during the opening of the Forum, the "democratization of access to cutting-edge technology" for medium-small companies.

One of these exhibitors is the representative of CEGID Primavera, João Soares, who told journalists that the group launched Evolution Cloud (ERP) to democratize access to cutting-edge technology, thus allowing small business managers to have the possibility of working with an integrated management system, with cutting-edge technology and equipped with intelligent mechanisms that encourage good management practices.

For the entrepreneur, this way, managers and entrepreneurs will have more standardized and digitalized business processes.

The Senior Technician at OMNIdata, Jorge Tambue, argues that in our reality “we still have weakness in access to the internet, and the dynamization of the sector will allow us to have greater openness for the entry of investors, competition, into the country”, as is the case of the third largest mobile operator (Africell).

“What makes each and every market dynamic is the opening up of competition, it brings greater investment to the country’s economy” declared the technician.

The Forum took place from Thursday, 13th, last week, to Saturday, 15th, and featured more than 100 exhibitors, including large companies and Startups.

Businesspeople defend "democratization" in access to cutting-edge technology

Exhibitors and participants at the 4th edition of Angotic defended, during the opening of the Forum, the "democratization of access to cutting-edge technology" for medium-small companies.

Jun 17, 2024 - 15:01
Businesspeople defend "democratization" in access to cutting-edge technology
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Businesspeople defend "democratization" in access to cutting-edge technology

One of these exhibitors is the representative of CEGID Primavera, João Soares, who told journalists that the group launched Evolution Cloud (ERP) to democratize access to cutting-edge technology, thus allowing small business managers to have the possibility of working with an integrated management system, with cutting-edge technology and equipped with intelligent mechanisms that encourage good management practices.

For the entrepreneur, this way, managers and entrepreneurs will have more standardized and digitalized business processes.

The Senior Technician at OMNIdata, Jorge Tambue, argues that in our reality “we still have weakness in access to the internet, and the dynamization of the sector will allow us to have greater openness for the entry of investors, competition, into the country”, as is the case of the third largest mobile operator (Africell).

“What makes each and every market dynamic is the opening up of competition, it brings greater investment to the country’s economy” declared the technician.

The Forum took place from Thursday, 13th, last week, to Saturday, 15th, and featured more than 100 exhibitors, including large companies and Startups.