Digitex to open new call center in Guatemala

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

Tuesday, July 1, 2008


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

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