Transactel Enlarges Salvadoran Facility

The outsourcing company invested $5 million in the facility, which will start operating on May.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Transactel will also enlarge its payroll by hiring 400 additional employees.

Human Resources Manager Jaime Vilá told Laprensagrafica.com: “those employees managing bilingual accounts should have an 80% English level”.



More on this topic

Sitel Expands Call Center Presence in Nicaragua

November 2010

The outsourcing and administrative services provider announced it is opening an additional call center in Managua.

The new call center will serve American English and Spanish speaking consumers.

The 1,951 m2 facility will add more than 450 agents to the established Sitel base in Nicaragua, thus reaching a total of nearly 3,000 employees in the country.

Stream Expands to El Salvador

November 2009

Stream Global Services, a company focusing on Call Center Services, will install in El Salvador its main operations center for Latin America.

Rodolfo Salazar, Marketing Manager, reported that the company expects to hire 1.000 employees before the end of 2009.

He added: "...we may expand in the country if it remains competitive, and the Government contributes to generate the conditions for having more English speakers and other abilities for the various 'outsourcing' services offered by Stream", reports Elsalvador.com.

Guatemala: $3 Million in Call Center

September 2009

On Friday, Transactel will inaugurate its fifth call center facility in the country.

Located in Quetzaltenango, it will hire an initial 150 workers, expecting to increase its payroll to 550 in the medium term. It will provide customer support from three U.S. companies.

From Sigloxxi.com: "'We could create one thousand additional jobs, if more people spoke English', said Guillermo Montano, Transactel manager".

New Transactel call center in El Salvador

January 2009

Transactel, a corporation with Guatemalan and Salvadoran capital, made an investment of $2 million in the new center of operations.

Elsalvador.com reports that "In his speech, the Transactel CEO said that they were proud to inaugurate the second center of operations which will provide jobs to an initial 450 bilingual employees, especially young people between 20 and 24 years, thereby contributing to the economic development of the country.