This company, which has been rated by its employees as one of the best to work for, arrives in the Colombian market as part of its expansion plan in Latin America.
Bogota, Monday, September 5th, 2022 (IB) – Everise, one of the fastest growing BPO companies worldwide, and part of the 100 best companies to work for in 2021, launches its operations in Bogota this September 6.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held in Bogota, at the Centro Empresarial Central Point, where the company’s executive leadership will attend the event as well as Colombia’s government representatives, and economic development entities.
Everise CEO and Founder Sudhir Agarwal commented, “we have followed Colombia for years. Government support and a well-prepared population make the BPO environment here very favorable. For us, it is a strategic and valuable territory, through which we expect to continue offering top-quality support to our clients and in which we will continue our expansion in Latin America”.
Isabella Muñoz, executive director of Invest in Bogota, celebrates: “The arrival of Everise reaffirms once again that Bogota is an ideal city for BPO operations and one of the main destinations in Latin America for investments in this sector. BPOs find in the Colombian capital great attributes and strengths for the growth of their companies, such as the availability of qualified talent, competitive operational costs, tax benefits, and its strategic location”.
With its investment, Everise confirms its commitment to the region and its expectations for employment generation, growth, and business development in the country. With its presence in the Colombian market, the company reaches its second country in Latin America, where it expects to generate employment opportunities for experienced professionals and young graduates.
Muñoz concludes: “Bogota is the cluster of the BPO industry in Colombia, with 47% of the jobs generated and 54% of the revenues. It is also estimated that 85% of the bilingual talent employed in this sector in Colombia is in Bogota”.