Infosys opens outsourcing center in San José

March 12, 2013

Infosys BPO on Monday opened a new outsourcing center in Costa Rica that employs more than 100 workers. The office will provide key services in strategic sourcing and procurement for Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest consumer packaged goods company.

The company plans to offer its entire range of services in Costa Rica for global clients, in areas including finance and accounting, human resources management, analytics, legal processes, customer relations services, marketing, and supply chain management.

President Laura Chinchilla and other government officials participated in an opening ceremony, along with Infosys CEO Swami Swaminathan.

“This investment is very significant for Costa Rica. Infosys is a global leader in technology, consulting and outsourcing, and they conducted a detailed and rigorous selection process to choose our country for a new center by considering our capabilities and competitive advantages,” Chinchilla said.

In addition to Costa Rica, the India-based company has operations in Poland, the Czech Republic, Brazil, Mexico, the United States, China, the Philippines and Australia, and employs some 25,000 people.

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