Call Centers: Sykes Acquires ICT Group

Sykes, a call center company, has bought ICT group in a move that increases its Costa Rican operation from 2,800 employees to 3,200.

Monday, September 13, 2010

The merger process between the multinational companies began back in February this year and sees Sykes add an additional 20,000 people to its worldwide workforce.

Arturo Barboza, director of corporate affairs for Costa Rica, explained that the company plans to end 2010 with a total of 3,500 employees and is considering opening a third site, accirding to

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