Nicaragua: $5 Million Investment in Technological Center

"Accedo Technologies" Center will offer bilingual BPO services by the end of 2009.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Financing was obtained through the Central American Economic Integration Bank, known as BCIE for its Spanish initials.

"On of the participants of this new investment initiative is HEMCO, a mining corporation. The company is expanding its activities by investing in this technological project, which could become a Central American leader in bilingual BPO, Business Process Outsourcing", reports newspaper El Nuevo Diario.

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