Equifax Creates 200 More Jobs in Costa Rica
• New positions are for unit’s expansion that provides services to worldwide Equifax’s organizations.
• A critical factor for its growth was evaluating the local talent pool quality.
• Equifax has a long-standing history with Costa Rica with multiple investments since it established in the country in 1995.
Heredia, Costa Rica. June 17th, 2019. Equifax, a global data, analytics, and technology company announced today that it will hire 200 people in the upcoming weeks to become part of its 1,000-collaborator workforce.
“Equifax is undergoing the largest transformation of its recent history,” said Jairo Quiros, Vice President of Global Shared Services. “We are leveraging our Costa Rica Shared Services talent to enable the company to drive change forward. We are looking for people who can help adopt and deploy new technologies that will enable us to delight our customers and consumers worldwide.”
The recruitment process already began with multiple positions in different areas and levels. Some positions have bilingual requirements for English and French. In addition, academic degrees and/or technical certifications are a must, depending on the role.
Costa Rica continues to be an attractive location for Equifax. A critical factor when evaluating its growth was the quality of the local talent pool. According to the company, Costa Rican talent has a proven track record in their ability to embrace new technologies, innovate, and drive change. As a result, this human talent continues to deliver constant value to the company.
The President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, mentioned that Equifax’s announcement strengthens the country’s actions, hand in hand, with the productive sector, the economic activity, and the creation of new high-quality jobs, that follow along with the world’s digital transformation.
“In such a digital, evolving and innovative world, we are deeply proud of this type of news, which show that these changes turn out into great opportunities. Equifax has taken advantage of not only the disruptive context, but also has partnered with our human talent to innovate and be part of Costa Rica’s tech sector. It is a great honor, we are proud of the company’s growth and that our country has contributed to this process of transformation, innovation and growth ", said the Minister of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica, Dyalá Jiménez.
For his part, Jorge Sequeira, Managing Director at the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE), highlighted Equifax’s important input as part of the digital tech sector: “Costa Rica’s high-added value services grew five times more from 2000 to 2018, going from 9% to 48.4%. In Latin America, our country leads the intensive knowledge services’ exports per capita; therefore, having more professionals in this sector opens a wide range of opportunities in our country.”
Equifax has a long-standing history with Costa Rica with multiple investments in the country since it started operations in 1995. The company employs over 1,000 people in Costa Rica divided into two units; a Commercial organization that offers the products and data analytics services to the local market and a Shared Services Organization that provides services to the Equifax organizations around the world.
These services are grouped into 6 major areas: operations, such as contact center, back office, data management and analytics, process improvement and robotic process automation; sales andamp; marketing: lead generation, lead qualification, sales support and telesales; finance andamp; accounting; technology: technical support, application development, software quality assurance, database administration; cybersecurity and fraud monitoring; and human resources.
Equifax is a global data, analytics, and technology company and believes knowledge drives progress. The Company blends unique data, analytics, and technology with a passion for serving customers globally, to create insights that power decisions to move people forward. Headquartered in Atlanta, Equifax operates or has investments in 24 countries in North America, Central and South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. It is a member of Standard andamp; Poor's (Sandamp;P) 500® Index, and its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol EFX. Equifax employs approximately 11,000 employees worldwide. For more information, visit
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