Publish in Special Reports - Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Claudio Muruzabal, president of SAP Latin America. The firm succeeded in Brazil despite last year's economic turmoil, a factor that explains optimism about Mexico. (Photo: SAP)
Software giant upbeat about Mexico and Brazil this year.
BY JOACHIM BAMRUD
Despite the economic slowdown in Latin America, Germany-based SAP – the world’s largest business software company – is bullish on the region.
“We have a positive outlook for business in the region, based on our own results,” says Claudio Muruzabal, president of SAP Latin America.
That includes Mexico, which is seeing turmoil as a result of US President Donald Trump’s plans to impose a tax on imports from the country and renegotiate the North American free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that ties the US, Mexican and Canadian economies.
SAP has seen sustained growth of ...
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