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DALLAS, TX and MUMBAI, INDIA, Jun 14, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Aegis, a global leader in Business Process Outsourcing and part of the $27 billion Essar Group, announced that it has moved into Peru and inaugurated a new contact center in the city of Lima.
The company, with headquarters in Mumbai, India, plans to hire over 800 employees in the first stages and aims to reach a headcount of 2,000 in the second year.
The site, equipped with top-of-the-line technology and strategically located in the historical center of Lima, has three floors which include call center floors with over 300 positions, meeting, training and recruitment rooms and sections for Administrative employees as well as break rooms.
Aparup Sengupta, Managing Director and Global CEO, Aegis, said, “We chose to grow in Peru for its ease of doing business, skilled labor market and economic and political stability. We are happy to become part of …