HP Costa Rica projects employing 10 thousand workers

The company set-up in Costa Rica in 2003 and five years later it has 6,500 employees.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

They attend clients from the United States, Canada, Australia, the UK and some Latin American markets and provide them with technical support services, specializing in software, hardware, financial services and third party business processes.
Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the company announced future plans for the local market, including projections to have a payroll of 10,000 collaborators by 2010, indicated César Trujillo, HP General Manager for Central America.

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The sector closed 2010 with a 16.400 working payroll, 23% higher than 2009.

According to the Committee on Contact Center of the Guatemalan Association of Exporters, 75 companies currently operate in the country.

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Two companies detected an opportunity in the call center boom and are hoping to become the number one provider of the infrastructure that is needed by these centers.

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