SAO PAULO and AVENTURA, Fla., June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- CPM Braxis, the largest Brazilian company in IT services, today announced that vice chairman David Shpilberg has been named by Nearshore Americas as one of the Top Five Most Influential Executives in Nearshore Outsourcing as part of the publication's "Top 50 Power Ranking" for 2010 – the first ever independent ranking of sourcing leaders in the Americas.
According to Kirk Laughlin, founder and editorial director of Nearshore Americas, "David brings a wealth of consulting experience as well as deep practical knowledge in IT and finance, and he knows exactly how to compete and succeed on the competitive global playing field. Putting a priority on quality talent is paying dividends as the firm has secured more than 200 customers, both within Brazil and internationally." Laughlin adds, "Conscious of the need to diversify and inject increased value to service delivery, David and senior CPM Braxis leaders are also looking to expand their physical presence in the U.S. in the near future."
"On behalf of CPM Braxis, our employees and management team, I am thrilled to be recognized as a leading voice in Nearshore outsourcing," said Shpilberg. "We designed CPM Braxis from scratch four years ago as an employee based company with the priority to become a top ten player in the world. I believe we are well on our way."
The Top 50 Power Ranking was based on a four-month review process by the editorial team at Nearshore Americas, which followed receipt of hundreds of nominations last year. Criteria for placement on the list included: personal impact on the growth and visibility of outsourcing in the Americas; record of corporate or government achievement; dedication to raising industry standards and demonstrated initiative as an industry thought-leader.
In May, CPM Braxis was recognized for the second consecutive year as one of the world's top ranked IT outsourcing providers on the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) "2010 Global Outsourcing 100" List. In this year's list, CPM Braxis achieved the highest position achieved by a South American company and was cited for its "management capabilities" in the Services category.
Additionally, CPM Braxis was also named a "Top 50 Best Managed Global Outsourcing Vendor" in the 2009 Black Book of Outsourcing's customer satisfaction survey. "We were honored to be recognized on both prestigious lists and be ranked among the best companies in the world," said Shpilberg. "This celebrates the quality of our work and dedication to excellence by our 5,600 employees and partners."
The 2010 Top 50 Power List includes representation from 16 countries in the Western Hemisphere, including: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Guatemala, United States, Canada, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Cuba, Barbados and Jamaica.
About CPM Braxis:
CPM Braxis is the largest Brazilian IT services and outsourcing company, providing IT consulting, application development and maintenance, software integration, remote infrastructure support and business process outsourcing services to global companies.
With a 27 year track record of success, 11 delivery centers, and 5,600 professionals, CPM Braxis is a serious contender in the global IT services market. CPM Braxis' industry expertise spans financial services, telecom, consumer goods, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, energy and retail. The company has technical competence and proven experience in most leading technologies. We are Brazil's first CMMI Level 5 certified company and have achieved other key international certifications, including ITIL, COBIT, PMP, ISO/IEC 20000, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. CPM Braxis is a "global ready" organization with mature life cycle, governance and transition methodologies, and continues to focus on expanding its services to the U.S. and Europe. Please visit us at http://www.cpmbraxis.com/.
About Nearshore Americas:
Nearshore Americas, launched in September, 2009, is among the world's most popular media websites covering the outsourced services industry, based on web traffic. The brand investigates key trends that underlie the emergence of Americas-based outsourcing, providing exclusive interviews and case studies, video reports and other features. The site is dedicated to providing valid, high quality analysis about developing successful partnerships in the region. The primary audience for Nearshore Americas includes C-level executives, investors and sourcing decision-makers. For further information, contact founder and editorial director, Kirk Laughlin: Kirk@nextcoastmedia.com.
For interviews with David Shpilberg, please contact David Schutzman, CPM Braxis USA at 203.550.8551.
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