Critical Software considers opening a branch in Brazil

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Directly present in the United Kingdom, Romania and the United States, Critical Software is considering opening a new direct presence outside Portugal. In an interview with the Lusa agency, the president of the Coimbra company, Gonçalo Quadros, says that the choice of Brazil is not yet definitive, but it is an option under study to be present in Latin America.

With 70 percent of turnover obtained outside Portugal, Critical has been operating either through its direct presence in the main strategic markets, or through partnerships with local companies, as it did to reach India and South Africa.

In the year that the company celebrates a decade of activity, the founder explains that not all objectives have yet been reached and guarantees that the company will continue to work to create a «globally known» brand.

Banking, telecommunications and industry are among Critical’s target markets, along with sectors such as aeronautics and defense.

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