Datascension expands in Limón, Costa Rica

The Costa Rican Call Center Datascension has moved to Limón in hopes that worker turnover in the Caribbean center will be less than it was in the capital.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The saturation of call centers in the Central Valley was a big factor to encourage Datascension to look for opportunities outside the capital.
The company decided to try its luck in Limón, a province on the Caribbean with good potential because many of its citizens speak English.

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