The economic opening that occurred with the end of the reserve market inaugurated a rapid process of introduction of new technologies in Brazil and allowed the development of adapted products, customized to the specific characteristics of the client’s business, which required specific knowledge of the domestic market and that the production scale was not attractive for the development of new products by multinationals. Therefore, Brazilian software companies found spaces to develop new segments where there is greater demand.

For this reason, the Brazilian Software sector is composed of a set of distinct realities that represent a diversity of competencies that few countries possess. This diversity characterizes the Brazilian IT sector and, therefore, the international actions of Brazilian IT represent this mosaic of capacities and diversities of action.

See below the main sectors competently served by the Brazilian industry:

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