Indra in Brazil

Minsait Appoints Guilherme Solleiro as Executive Director of Energy & Utilities in Brazil

Automation of operations, free market and renewable energies will be the focus of the executive to boost growth of one of Minsait's largest markets in Brazil

São Paulo, October 192022 – Minsait, an Indra company, announces the appointment of Guilherme Solleiro as executive director  of the Energy and Utilities market in Brazil,  a  position he has held on an interim  mission since June.  The executive, who has been with the company since 2008, already serves as director of the Industry and Consumer market, a role that will match the new position.

Guilherme holds a Master's degree in Business Administration from ESCP Business School in Paris and after stints in several companies in Europe joined the company, where he held leadership positions in the areas of IT Outsourcing and Application Management, and took over as Director of Industry and Consumption in 2021.

With the appointment, the executive will lead one of Minsait's largest markets in Brazil, a sector in which the company has been  firmly betting for   about three decades and has consolidated  itself as a technological partner for the modernization of the country's energy distribution systems. 

In his management, Guilherme Solleiro will focus on supporting energy companies in terms of automation and optimization of  their operations, advancing the new free market scenario and boosting the renewable energy business.  In the sanitation market, the executive sees as  a priority to provide technologies that support private clients to overcome challenges and capitalize on the opportunities that the Regulatory Framework of Sanitation brings to the country.

To sustain Minsait's growth strategy in the Energy and Utilities market, Guilherme will focus on the company's technical systems, such as Onesait DMS and Onesait Assets for distribution network management, as well as an offer  based on growth accelerators,  such as Phygital, Minsait's comprehensive solutions  proposal to  connect the physical and digital world (OT/IT) in the following priority areas: infrastructure operation, asset management, and sustainability and customers.

"Minsait is experiencing a moment of growth in Brazil and I am very motivated by the challenge of leading one of the company's largest markets in the country.  The Energy and Utilities sector is experiencing an accelerated context of change and I am honored by the opportunity to positively impact our customers through innovation and technology," Solleiro said.

About Minsait

Minsait ( is Indra's leading company in digital transformation and Information Technology. Minsait has a high degree of expertise and sector knowledge, complemented with its high capacity to integrate the core world into the digital world, its leadership in innovation and digital transformation and its flexibility. With this, it focuses its offer on high-impact value propositions, based on end-to-end solutions, with a remarkable segmentation, which allows it to generate tangible impacts to its customers in each sector under a transformational approach. Its capabilities and leadership are shown in the product offering, under the name of Onesait, and its cross-service offering.

Indra in Brazil

 Present in Brazil since 1996, Indra is one of the main technology and consulting companies in the country. It has more than 9,000 professionals, offices distributed in the main Brazilian states and four Production Centers. The company is part of some of the most innovative projects for the economic and technological development of Brazil in the Transport & Defense and Information Technology (IT) sectors, which are grouped in its Minsait branch.

About Indra

Indra ( is one of the leading global technology and consulting companies and the technical partner for the key operations of its clients' businesses worldwide. It is a world-leading provider of its own solutions in specific segments of the Transportation and Defense markets and a leading digital transformation consulting and Information Technology consultancy company in Spain and Latin America through its minsait subsidiary. Its business model is based on an integral offer of its own products, with an end-to-end focus, of high value and with a high component of innovation. At the end of 2021, Indra had revenues of 3,390 million euros, more than 52,000 employees, presence in 46 countries and commercial operations in more than 140 countries.