Smartsheet opens its first shared service center in Costa Rica

American technology company and business platform for dynamic work smart paper On Monday, February 28, it announced its first shared service center in Costa Rica.

This is the first operation the company has established outside the United States. From our country, you will support the critical functions of the organization’s services throughout the American continent.

“We chose Costa Rica to follow the highly successful Centers of Excellence model to date, but also because we recognize the potential of diverse, educated and multilingual human talent. We are confident that the skills of Costa Ricans will help take Smartsheet to the next level,” said Carlos Baez, Senior Director and Director of Operations. Country Smartsheet Company.

The offices at WeWork are located in San Antonio de Belen. They plan to conclude 100 contracts during 2022; At the moment, they have started their operations with 13 people.

The company has positions available in the following areas: Financial Operations, Business Operations, Technical Support, Human Resources, Customer Service, Audit, Robotic Process Automation Automation, and Quality Control.

“Costa Rica collaborators in the future will have valuable opportunities in influential sectors such as: information technology, business operations, human resources, and customer service, all within a competitive and inclusive environment. Together, we hope that we can continue to work towards the greater well-being of the people of Costa Rica,” he said. Andres Valenciano, Minister of Foreign Trade,

Proficiency in the English language is necessary to take it into account in the recruitment process. To apply for vacancies, you must enter the site https://www.smartsheet.com/careers-list And select the on-site option of San Jose, Costa Rica.

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“The start of Smartsheet operations in the country as the first in Latin America is a vote of confidence and recognition of Costa Rica’s success as a multifunctional business destination, which has made it the number one export of high value-added products and services among Latin American countries, accounting for 7.9% of GDP. “Shared service centers have been a vital part of the growth of knowledge-intensive services exports, which today stand at $6.4 billion,” said Jorge Sequeira, Cinde’s general manager.

The Smartsheet platform is used by more than 90% of Fortune 100 companies and has been ranked the Best Company to Work for 2019 and 2021 in Seattle, Boston and Sydney.

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