New IBM Delivery Center Opens in Costa Rica

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

IBM opened its Costa Rica Delivery Center, in America Free Zone, Heredia. The company says it will invest $300 million over 10 years, and intends to employ up to 1,000 people by 2014 in the Costa Rica delivery center.

IBM is also working jointly with the public and private universities, Costa Rica Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE) and the government, as part of the IBM University Program.

IBM has services professionals in more than 170 countries.

[Image: Costa Rica President Laura Chinchilla (left) congratulates IBM General Manager Global Technology Delivery, Patt Romero Cronin (right) on the opening of IBM’s new delivery center. (Image Courtesy: IBM)]

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