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Cisco Inaugurates Global Support Center In Krakow

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Cisco has formally opened its Global Support Center in Krakow. The first group of employees is already on-site, and Cisco expects that the number of employees will increase to approximately 80 people by August this year. The center complements existing locations to provide technical and business services to internal and external stakeholders, including channel partners and customers, across multiple functional groups such as Cisco Services, Finance, Operations and others

The Cisco Global Support Center in Krakow is part of a network of operations located around the globe and has a special focus on Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia (EMEAR). The center is located in Krakow’s Podgorze district.

Upload: 06-04-12

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