Stefanini Executive to Speak at 2012 Brazil Summit in New York

Participation in annual Brazil-America Chamber event spotlights IT outsourcer's emergence as one of Latin America's leading IT companies

Apr 23, 2012, 08:50 ET from Stefanini

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Antonio Moreira, CEO of Stefanini North America & APAC, will speak at the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce's annual 2012 Brazil Summit in New York City later this month, reinforcing Stefanini's emergence as the leading IT services company in Brazil.   

Stefanini ( a global provider of onshore and nearshore IT consulting, integration and development, and outsourcing services – is based in Sao Paulo, with North American operations headquartered in metropolitan Detroit.

Moreira will be speaking on economic developments in Brazil, with a focus on the region's growing prominence in outsourcing and IT services. Moreira is among the presenters at the 2012 Brazil Summit that takes place on April 23 at The Harvard Club in New York City.

For over a decade, the Brazil Summit has served as the premier event for business leaders and executives interested in Latin America's largest economy. In 2012, the Summit will examine recent economic developments within the country, placing particular emphasis on technology and infrastructure as key areas of opportunity.

The Brazil Summit presentation comes on the heels of founder Marco Stefanini's prominent role in the US-Brazil CEO Forum at the White House with President Barack Obama and a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in conjunction with the  2012 CeBIT conference in that country.

Stefanini has emerged as the leading voice for the Brazil's IT community. After 25 years in existence, Stefanini is the largest international IT services company in Latin America with the largest global presence.  Stefanini is currently present in 28 countries.  

In 2012, Stefanini was recognized as one of 10 most innovative companies in Brazil, the second annual ranking of the business magazine Fast Company, which evaluates information from thousands of companies worldwide to create the list of most innovative companies in the world. Stefanini was highlighted by "go where the customers are" and the recognition of Fast Company comes amid a period of strong growth and innovation for the company.

The company has also been recognized by a number of industry-watchers in 2011, spotlighting its emergence as a new leader in IT outsourcing.  Marco Stefanini was named as one of the most influential professionals in nearshore outsourcing by Nearshore Americas (, and the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®) named the company to the leaders category in IAOP's 2011 Global Outsourcing 100® service providers list.

"Brazil is recognized as a nation with a dynamic economic market, and our IT community plays an important role in this success," said Moreira. "Stefanini is proud of its contributions to Brazil's growing global influence, and we're honored to be among the business leaders sharing their insights at the 2012 Brazil Summit."

About Stefanini

Stefanini is a global cronym>IT services company with over 16,000 employees across 70 offices in 28 countries across America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia. Since 1987, Stefanini has been providing offshore, onshore and nearshore IT services, including application outsourcing, cronym>IT infrastructure outsourcing (help desk support and desktop services), systems integration, consulting and strategic staffing to Fortune 1000 enterprises around the world.

With a base of over 500 active clients, including more than 300 multinationals, Stefanini maintains a strong presence in industries such as financial services, manufacturing, telecommunications, chemical, services, technology, public sector, and utilities. Clients benefit from Stefanini's financial stability, sustained year-over-year growth, and zero net debt. The corporate global headquarters is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil with European headquarters in Brussels and North American headquarters in metropolitan Detroit.



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