More Investment in BPO in Panama

APAC Customer Services has announced it will increase its workforce in Panama with the hiring of 100 more employees for its four centers operating in the country.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

The company hopes to fill 100 vacant posts before 17 March with customer service representatives who can speak fluent English and Spanish.

APAC Customer Services began operations in Panama in 2006 with 500 employees and currently operates four call centers with over 2,000 employees.

"... We are the largest provider of call center solutions in Panama," says the company.

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