Investment in Technology Center

The American company Blackbaud, developer of software for the cloud, has announced the opening of a center for digital technologies in Costa Rica.

Monday, June 4, 2018

From a statement issued by the Cinde:

San José, June 4, 2018.  Blackbaud, Inc., (NASDAQ: BLKB), the multinational company in the services sector and leader in software for the cloud for social welfare Blackbaud, has announced that it has chosen Costa Rica to install its first digital technology center in Latin America. The company serves customers in 50 countries and maintains rapid growth in the world making this new center its most recent expansion announcement. 

"As a leading software company for the cloud in the world and that drives the social good, we are committed to providing the best experience for our customers," said Mike Gianoni, president and CEO of Blackbaud.  "We chose to open an office in Costa Rica due to the great economic climate, its talented workforce and a dynamic technology sector.  It is a place where we know that the culture of our company can flourish and where we can build a high impact team committed to the continued success of our clients, which is our daily focus."

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