Panama: LG opens Call Center and Air Conditioner Academy

The call center will employ 600 agents in its new $3 million worth premises located in Albrook, and will receive three million calls a year.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

According to the report by Marijulia Pujol Lloyd in, "The company also opened the first Commercial Air Conditioner Academy in the region, that will give training to all the personnel in countries such as Chile, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panama, and all Central America and the Caribbean. The academy will give seminars to Panamanian engineers and architects about new technologies."

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Guatemala: $5 Million in New Call Center

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24/7 Customer inaugurated its second call center, which will employ 1.000 people in 2010.

The company has an aggressive expansion plan for the country, which will only be restricted by the availability of bilingual personnel.

V Bharathwaj, company manager, told "... for each direct job, the company could create 4 additional ones in related activities like transportation, maintenance or security, among others".

Sitel to invest $15 million in Call Center in Nicaragua

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When it opens the second center, the company will have 400 employees. published on the website that "90% of Sitel's personnel is made up of young people who speak English. The majority of them say they are happy to have found a new job opportunity in Nicaragua.

New Call Center in Guatemala

July 2008

The GE Money Bac Credomatic Excellence Center was opened with an $11.6 million investment.

Edmundo Vallejo, GE Money Latin America president, reported that the decision to invest in Guatemala was due to the modern telecommunications infrastructure, a young, educated and bilingual workforce, and its strategic location. However, he pointed out that the country should not rest and instead keep improving its competitiveness.

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