Brazilian Businessman Edenilso Rossi Arnaldi Experience

Edenilso Rossi Arnaldi was born on October 10, 1967. He was an entrepreneur who founded the Brasileiro de Tecnologia da Informação (Brasilsoft) and co-founded Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos (CBC).

His company Brasilsoft has been in business for 30 years. It is a consulting firm specializing in developing IT solutions for large organizations and their public sector clients.


Rossi Arnaldi, a leader in the information technology industry and one of Brazil’s most successful entrepreneurs, began his career in IT at 17. He founded the company Brasilsoft in 1987, specializing in TIC solutions for large organizations and public sector clients.

Brasilsoft was among the first firms to develop complex IT solutions locally. Since then, the company has continued to expand and grow. Brasilsoft has offices in Brazil, Argentina, the United States, Canada, and Portugal.

In 2008, Rossi Arnaldi offered support to a new company founded by workers’ cooperatives. The company was renamed ‘Brasil É Possível’ (Brazil is possible). Brasil É Possível is a consulting firm focused on helping social organizations develop their capacity for innovation.

In 2016, Rossi Arnaldi founded Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos (CBC), a publishing house and distribution company for magazines, media, and books.

His company, Brasilsoft, received the Innovation Award in 2010 and the Young Entrepreneur Award in 2014 from the Union of Information Technologists (UNIT). In 2015, CBC was recognized with a Special Commendation by IBM for its innovative mobile technologies

In 2013, he was recognized as one of the 500 most influential people in Brazil by “Istoé” magazine. In 2014, Rossi Arnaldi was listed among the most important Brazilian IT entrepreneurs on the Ranking G2 Crowd.

Rossi Arnaldi is a member of the National Information Technology Society (SISI), Brazil’s largest organization of professionals specializing in information technology, and serves as Chair of its Technology Commission.

He is also a member of the Brazilian Information Technology Society (SBIT) and the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (, an association of professionals working to drive internet governance in Brazil.

In 2018, he was recognized for his contribution to Brazilian innovation by The American Business Council of São Paulo.