SÃO PAULO – June 9, 2020
Softtek strongly condemns any act of prejudice related to race, gender, sexual or political preferences.
We respect and support the peaceful protests against racism, police brutality and fascism that are taking place globally. We understand they reflect society's inalienable and universal need to create a more just and inclusive world.
On Sunday, June 7th, Softtek was surprised to be referenced in the article "Corinthians fan loses job after protest and talks about persecution” (Torcedor do Corinthians loses emprego após protesto e fala em perseguição) published by Brazilian online media outlet UOL. With regards to the content, the company clarifies the following:
We are the product of an entrepreneurial effort. We offer opportunities promoting a culture of openness and respect. Our history, our people and our policies are the best evidence of our professionalism and diversity.
Founded in 1982, Softtek is a global company and the largest provider of IT services from Latin America. With a broad portfolio of business-transforming products and solutions, Softtek helps Global 2000 organizations evolve their digital capabilities constantly and seamlessly, from ideation and development to execution. In Brazil, the company has offices in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Fortaleza.