Heredia firm will step up employment

The services sector company Auxis says that it will invest $30 million in Costa Rica in the next five years, in addition to hiring up to 700 people more, to expand its service center in the country.

Costa Rica was selected by the company as the main focus of its services in Latin America, the firm reported. The expanded operation will allow its customers to support multinational and Fortune 500 companies in the United States and Latin America. Among its clients are Pepsi, Target, Shoes for Crews and Tiger Direct.

Auxis supports its customers in areas such as: informational technology services for implementation and cloud design, servers support, security, network operations centers solutions, software development, business analysis and consulting. The service includes back office finance and accounting, human resources, customer service and product support, electronic commerce and payment processing. Everything is in multiple languages including English, Portuguese and French.

Currently the company is located in the American Free Zone in Heredia with over 200 employees currently. The firm has been here for five years.

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