Bristol-Myers Makes Brazil World Center for its IT Support

The president of Bristol-Myers Squibb Brazil, Mário Grieco, should announce today the details of the investment to make Brazil into a worldwide center for the company information technology support.

Bristol plans to install two support centers and invest in hiring at least 100 highly qualified professionals.


These technicians are going to be responsible for solving user doubts in the company SAP system and creating information technology platforms. From Brazil, they will service over 130 countries.


“So as to receive this investment, Brazil underwent a tough competition that even included the city of Bangalore, in India, considered the worldwide information technology center.


“This shows how competitive our country is with regard to infrastructure costs and technological support, apart form having professionals of the highest levels,” stated Grieco.


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