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glendonTodd Capital LLC divulga fusão entre a Aztec Systems, Inc. e a Toutatis Client Services do Brasil, S.A.

A glendonTodd Capital LLC (“glendonTodd”), uma empresa de fundos privados com sede em Dallas anunciou hoje a fusão da Aztec Systems, Inc. (“Aztec”) e da Toutatis Client Services do Brasil, S.A. (“Toutatis”), criando uma empresa multinacional outsourcing de tecnologia da informação e processos empresariais com mais de 1.000 clientes em 13 países e territórios nas Américas. A fusão está sujeita às aprovações necessárias de sócios limitados e o fechamento está previsto para o primeiro trimestre de 2013. Os termos da transação não foram divulgados.

A empresa fusionada, que será denominada Toutatis Aztec Solutions LLC (“TAS”), terá sua sede em Dallas e prestará serviços que incluem outsourcing de recursos humanos, finanças e contabilidade, compras, tecnologia da informação e serviços de host de dados para um grupo crescente de clientes multinacionais e mercado de médio porte nas Américas.

Aztec, uma empresa pertencente à carteira da glendonTodd, é uma firma de serviços integrais de tecnologia da informação, classificada recentemente como a 27a maior revendedora de valor agregado, e é um parceiro-ouro da Microsoft®. Sediada em Dallas, a Aztec possui seis escritórios distribuídos no Texas e Oklahoma. Toutatis, uma empresa pertencente à carteira da glendonTodd, é uma firma de outsourcing de serviços integrais de processos de negócios sediada em São Paulo e que possui nove escritórios em sete países, fornecendo serviços de outsourcing de processos empresariais para clientes em 12 países e territórios. A fusão criará uma companhia com oportunidades significativas de mercado e presente em todas as ofertas de serviços complementares. A Toutatis terá acesso à base crescente de mais de 800 clientes da Aztec nos EUA, e a Aztec terá acesso à base crescente de mais de 300 clientes da Toutatis na América Latina.

Marcelo França, CEO da Toutatis e sócio fundador da Performa Partners, será o CEO da TAS após a fusão. A TAS pretende fundar um novo centro de serviços compartilhados multilíngue no Dallas composto por 250 funcionários, para complementar os centros já existentes no Brasil e no México. A Performa Partners tem apoiado as mudanças operacionais e financeiras da Toutatis durante os últimos três anos e assessorou a fusão com a Aztec.

“A TAS oferecerá uma plataforma robusta de serviços complementares de outsourcing de processos empresariais e tecnologia da informação para empresas multinacionais e de mercado de médio porte em toda a América. A empresa tem a chance única de capturar sinergias e demandas de mercado aprimorando seu escopo de ofertas de produtos e presença geográfica. Nossa plataforma proporcionará aos clientes cobertura geográfica, recursos de gestão internacional e experiência significativa em operações”, disse o CEO e sócio-gerente da glendonTodd, Todd Furniss.

“A combinação entre a Toutatis e a Aztec criará uma companhia com oportunidades significativas de mercado e presente em todas as ofertas de serviços complementares e perfis operacionais. A exclusividade da nossa presença geográfica, profundidade, experiência local e carteira de serviços permite que forneçamos às empresas locais e multinacionais os recursos operacionais necessários para abordar a complexidade e diversidade desses mercados que não são fáceis de reproduzir”, disse Marcelo França. “Nossa relação com a glendonTodd permite que aproveitemos sua capacidade de execução financeira e conhecimento do setor.”

Sobre a glendonTodd Capital LLC - Com sede em Dallas, Texas, glendonTodd Capital LLC é uma empresa de títulos privados focada em empresas nos setores de serviços empresariais voltados à tecnologia, financeiros e projetos no setor imobiliário combinados com atendimento à saúde. A empresa faz investimentos em setores e regiões geográficas onde seus líderes têm experiência operacional significativa, incluindo responsabilidade direta em P&L, tomadas de decisões estratégicas, implantação de dólares de expansão e solução de questões operacionais. Com uma orientação global e de fundo operacional forte, a empresa tem a convicção de que os investimentos liderados por pessoas que têm experiência nos setores em questão fazem uma diferença substancial na qualidade dos resultados desses investimentos. Para maiores informações, visite o site www.glendontodd.com.

Sobre a Toutatis Client Services do Brasil, S.A. - Sediada em São Paulo, a Toutatis Client Services do Brasil, S.A. cria, implementa e fornece soluções de alto desempenho baseadas em processos de marcas neutras, empresas multinacionais em toda a América Latina, incluindo outsourcing de finanças e contabilidade, recursos humanos e cadeia de suprimento, e software como serviço (“SaaS”). A empresa tem nove escritórios em sete países e territórios em toda a América Latina, conferindo-lhe a capacidade de atender clientes internacionais que têm operações em toda a região, incluindo a Argentina, Bolívia, Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Equador, El Salvador, Honduras, México, Peru, Porto Rico e Venezuela. Para mais informações visite o site www.toutatisglobal.com.

Sobre a Aztec Systems, Inc. - Aztec Systems, Inc. é uma empresa fornecedora de serviços empresariais e outsourcing de tecnologia da informação para empresas de médio porte situadas na região central-sul dos EUA. Classificada recentemente em 27o lugar em receitas na lista de pesquisa 2012 Top 100 VARS de Bob Scott, a Aztec atingiu os mais altos padrões no setor e recebeu credenciais de parceiro-ouro da Microsoft®. A sede principal da Aztec se encontra em Carrollton, Texas, e a empresa possui filiais em Austin, Texas, Dallas, Texas Tulsa, Oklahoma e Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Para mais informações, visite o web site www.Aztecsystems.com.

Sobre a Performa Partners - Sediada em São Paulo, Brasil, a Performa Partners é uma empresa de serviços de consultoria de gestão que fomenta o crescimento e desenvolvimento de empresas de médio porte focando em momentos críticos no ciclo empresarial de uma companhia, incluindo desafios de crescimento, gerenciamento de mudanças, fusões e aquisições e reestruturação. A empresa fornece aos seus clientes serviços e liderança de gestão, desenvolve roteiros de ação estratégicos e planos de implementação, prestando serviços táticos de implementação e investimento de capital. Com redes interativas de clientes e sócios e acesso a recursos de capital, são criadas oportunidades reais de negócios. Para mais informações, visite o site www.performapartners.com.

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