Digitex increases operations in Guatemala

The Spanish firm Digitex is expanding its offices at an investment of approximately $6 million; this should create some 600 extra jobs at its call center.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Carlos Cabezon, president of Digitex, who recently carried out the inauguration, recollected that the company chose Guatemala because of the availability of qualified personnel, telecommunication infrastructure and a competitive cost structure, as well as the political will to ensure that the sector continues to grow.

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24/7 Customer inaugurated its second call center, which will employ 1.000 people in 2010.

The company has an aggressive expansion plan for the country, which will only be restricted by the availability of bilingual personnel.

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The GE Money Bac Credomatic Excellence Center was opened with an $11.6 million investment.

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Digitex to open new call center in Guatemala

July 2008

Digitex, the Madrid-based services group, announced plans to create 600 jobs in Guatemala by opening a new call center for offshore clients.

Asier Peña, chief executive of Digitex Centroamérica, said "Guatemala is of strategic importance with our plans for international growth."

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