Software company Helm360 will be installed in Pérez Zeledón and will open 15 locations
Global technology and data analysis company Helm360 will install its Costa Rica operations in San Isidro de El General, in Pérez Zeledón, at the end of the year, with an initial investment of $ 2 million.
With this opening, the company intends to better serve its customers in North America, expand its presence in the world (currently operating in the US, UK, and India), and reach local IT talent.
“The investment of technology service companies like Helm360 in communities outside the metropolitan area contributes to regional development by creating quality jobs for families and stimulating the local economy,” said Carlos Alvarado, President of the Republic.
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From this new headquarters, Helm360 It will provide services including software development, quality control, staff recruitment, human resource coordination, marketing, and legal and accounting services.
The company, which officially began operating last year, will employ a total of 15 new collaborators in the coming months, and by 2021 will employ around 35 people at its new facilities.
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People interested in working for Helm360 should have the following prerequisites: wide proficiency in English, excellent communication skills, high school diploma, experience in customer service and, in some jobs, also IT training or training.
Those interested in finding a job opportunity at Helm360 can send their CV in English to Email [email protected].
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