HUAWEI CLOUD and Laiye, a leading provider of intelligent automation solutions, announced that they have formed a partnership to enable the data-driven transformation of Brazil using cloud computing, AI, and big data. The partnership will extend to the rest of Latin America.

Petter Dalen, General Manager LATAM, Laiye. said, “Intelligent automation is more than just about automation or improving efficiencies; it can help transform any organization at its core. Latin America is a region rich in opportunity and growth and working with HUAWEI CLOUD helps us serve this dynamic and fast-growing market and leverage AI, cognitive, and cloud capabilities. We look forward to working together to explore how evolving cloud and AI technologies impact and strengthen digital transformation across sectors including retail, logistics, education, and healthcare in LATAM.”

In addition to contributing to the global shift toward a cloud-powered future, as well as acknowledging the growth of startups and tech companies in Brazil, Laiye and HUAWEI CLOUD are devoted to assisting companies with innovation, scaling, and strengthening digital transformation.

Qin Dan, President of Huawei Cloud Brazil, said, “Huawei combines digital and electronic technologies to accelerate the growth of cloud-based innovation. We are excited to partner with Laiye to serve our customers in LATAM, building on our expertise and understanding of mission-critical IT systems, as well as the company’s deep relationships with enterprises around the world. Together with Laiye, our mission is to deliver value to the industry and society through innovation and help our customers go digital with innovative and reliable products and solutions.”

In a report by Accenture, artificial intelligence is projected by 2035 to generate US$432 billion in Gross Value Added (GVA) for Brazil, the highest in Latin America. Banking, medical services, and manufacturing are regarded as the most eager for artificial intelligence solutions in Brazil’s growing innovation and tech-focused economy. Brazilian start-ups develop artificial intelligence solutions for industries such as agriculture and retail to improve productivity.