IBM Inaugurates New Service Center
IBM is opening a new center of information technology in Costa Rica as the first stage of a $300 million investment over 10 years.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
This investment of $300 million is scheduled to run over 10 years and there are plans to employ about 1,000 professionals by 2014, reported Elfinancierocr.com.
$300 million will be invested over the next ten years to build a new center for information technology services, creating 1,000 jobs by 2014.
Costa Rica has established itself as service center for international companies, who are encouraged by its human capital and the fact that it is in the same U.S. time zone.
The private transport company has announced it will invest $3.5 million in the opening of a service center and support for the operation of the company in Latin America.
Güegüe Education, leading provider of certified education in Information Technology (IT), announced that it will open a new IT Educational Center
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