Matterport has announced that it is expanding its presence in the Brazilian market via two strategic partners, Guandalini Posicionamento and PARS.
These partners will sell the Matterport spatial data platform in the region, including Matterport’s SaaS subscriptions along with capture services and products.
Brazil is one of the largest property markets in the world with more than 500 million physical spaces ready to be digitised, the company said in a press release yesterday.
The Matterport solution will allow Brazilian businesses and organisations to create accurate digital twins of spaces in the built world.
Matterport’s enterprise customers in Brazil will be supported by Smart Sky, a technology hub specialising in the implementation of engineering technology.
Jay Remley, chief revenue officer of Matterport, said: “By working with distributors that have roots in the local market, we are more effectively addressing the surging demand for Matterport in Brazil.
“The Brazilian market has approximately 540 million spaces, and actively expanding in the market represents an important milestone in Matterport’s journey to make the world’s spaces more valuable and accessible.
“We’re thrilled for the opportunity to help new customers across the globe discover the power of digital twins.”
Guandalini Posicionamento is a leading technology distributor that specializes in engineering equipment and has a sales network extending across 85% of Brazil.
PARS, part of Sonda Group, the largest IT services network in Latin America, has provided software distribution in Brazil since 1981, represents brands like RedHat and Adobe, and is the top distributor of Autodesk in Brazil.
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