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National Instruments expanding to Costa Rica

National Instruments announced today that it will be opening an operations center in San Jose Costa Rica in the second quarter of 2011. This Austin, Texas based global technology company is planning to hire 200 people over the next 5 years for financial services, information technology, customer relations and sales operations.  Their reasons for choosing Costa Rica:

  • talented workforce
  • culture promoting education and continuous learning
  • people with a desire to succees
  • competitive business infrastructure.

National Instruments joins many US and global companies in establishing operations in Costa Rica.

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Costa Rica's biggest export

You may think of bananas and coffee when you think about exports from Costa Rica, but technology provides 3 times the revenue of banana exports and 7 times the revenue of coffee exports. Intel, the largest exporter of chipsets and microprocessors expects to exceed $2 Billion in sales for the third consecutive year. Intel opened their plant in Heredia Costa Rica (northwest of San Jose in the Central Valley) in 1997 and currently has 3,00 employees. Intel has made Costa Rica one of the top technology and computer software exporters in the world.

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Motif adding call center in Costa Rica

Motif Inc will open a call center in Costa Rica in January 2010. They plan to hire 100 people this month. According to Manfred Kissling, Costa Rica was the chosen location due to a combination of efficiency, quality and productivity. He reports that there are 83 companies in the services sector already operating in Costa Rica, who employ over 24,000 Costa Ricans.

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