Costa Rica: More Investment in BPO's

The company Equifax has announced the opening of a new shared services center to serve its operations in Latin America, Europe and North America.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

The new 4,400 square meter building is located in the Metro free zone, in Barreal de Heredia where Equifax has been established since 1995. 

The statement said that "... the new service center will provide support services to the operation of the company in more than 15 countries in Europe, Latin America and North America, in areas such as cyber security, finance, accounting, information technology and customer service". 

The multinational financial and information company will start operating the new service center on September 9 this year.

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On October 7th call center and shared services companies will meet to discuss issues related to the sector and review El Salvador's strategy for attracting foreign investment to this industry.

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