Capgemini Creates 500 Jobs in Guatemala

Its Business Process Outsourcing center currently employs 300 people and expects to expand its payroll by 500 employees during 2009.

Monday, March 16, 2009


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According to Prensalibre.com, the Center for Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) “has two divisions: Data processing and call center installations.
David Poole, chief executive of Capgemini for America pointed out that Guatemala has a high potential for the development of these centers, even in times of crisis, since transnational companies, especially from the US, are trying export services to minimize costs."



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