Fergus Falls, MN - Zero Variance, a premier provider of business intelligence analytics & software solutions for Top Fortune 100 Corporations, has expanded the capacity of its Honduras operations located in Tower 1 of the Altia Business Park (www.altiabusinesspark.com).
Continuing expansion from existing clients, as well as new client growth, have resulted in the need for increased capacity in the San Pedro Sula, Honduras location. The expanded facilities can now accommodate up to 700 associates. Patrick Conner, CEO of Zero Variance shared that “we chose Honduras two years ago because of the large English-speaking population, strong post secondary bi-lingual education system, and reliable communications infrastructure. Additionally, our strong partnership with Altia Business Park has provided best in class infrastructure and support resources unparalleled worldwide. We and more importantly, our clients, have been extremely satisfied with the caliber of talent we have found here.”
Marshall Ogen, Vice President, Business Development, indicates, “with our expansion, we have a state of the art operation that is both client-friendly and quite flexible for implementing programs in a fully PCI-compliant environment.”
According to Tim Devereux, EVP of Zero Variance, “the expansion of the Honduras operation is a direct result of the high quality talent pool we’ve found in San Pedro Sula. Their ability to deliver meaningful results to our clients has allowed us to offer a very cost effective solution for generating business intelligence.”
Founded in 2002, Zero Variance’s recognizable client list ranges from midsize businesses to Fortune 100 companies. Zero Variance (www.zerovariance.com) is a premium PCI certified, Customer Experience and Business Intelligence provider. Working with some of the world’s most recognizable brands, they operate facilities in five countries supporting 25 languages. They provide actionable business intelligence for consumer interaction channels monitoring voice, chat, email, and social media.
Contact: Marshall Ogen