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Infosys BPO to Train Costa Rica Students

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infosys-bpo-collaborates-with-costa-rica-to-train-studentsInfosys BPO, the business process outsourcing subsidiary of IT major Infosys,  announced that it was collaborating with theCoalición Costarricense de Iniciative de Desarrollo (CINDE) – Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency – to train students on technical and business process skills.

The program will play an important role in strengthening the existing talent pool in the country and provide an enriching international exposure to the selected students, the company in a release said.

The agreement was signed by Vice President of Costa Rica Luis Lieberman, since Presidenta Laura Chinchilla is in Cuba to attend the CELAC summit.

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Infosys said, “The 10-week intensive training program will see 64 students acquire skills on SAP and Cloud technologies based on Microsoft and JAVA platforms at the Infosys campus in Mysore, India.”

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