Research and development actions for promoting digital transformation should be supported by methodologies, tools, financial resources, infrastructure, and a staff that can execute systematic processes to develop innovations.
Sapientia has accumulated 15 years of experience with innovation projects and benefits from expertise accumulated over more than three decades during which the CERTI Foundation has been dedicated to the development of innovative products and processes and the management of programs and projects to stimulate entrepreneurship.
There are various mechanisms to support innovation in Brazil, including fiscal incentives, economic support, reimbursable financing, and stimulus for human resources training. Risk and uncertainty are always present in the challenges of research and development, so these support mechanisms help share the risks, and support companies to face the challenges of innovation.
Credibility in the management of these resources is improved by the submission of the Institute’s accounts to an independent external auditor, the application of its internal compliance policy and accompaniment by the Project Management Office, in conjunction with the fields of controllership, finance and supplies.