Hewlett-Packard opens new service centre in Bulgaria.

By bne IntelliNews March 21, 2013
Hewlett-Packard (HP) opened on Wednesday (March 20) a client centre in Bulgaria creating 800 new jobs, BTA reported. The centre will provide technological services and a faster infrastructural support for HP clients in Germany. Following the start of the new operation, HP will employ around 4,800 people in the country. Bulgaria can be a regional leader and global player on the IT stage as currently some 25,000 people in Bulgaria work at such centres for long-distance services, mainly in the IT sphere, President Plevneliev has earlier said. The sector has been developing successfully in the country and will receive the support of the state, economy minister Vassilev confirmed.

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