SAN PEDRO, Costa Rica--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Datascension, Inc. (OTCBB:DSEN), a premier data solutions company, reported that it has completed its major corporate expansion with the December move to its new facility in San Pedro, adjacent to Costa Rica’s capital. On December 15th, the President of the Republic of Costa Rica, Dr. Óscar Arias Sánchez, led the festivities in inaugurating Datascension’s expanded call center operations in San Pedro and commemorating the successes of Datascension’s business as a significant contributor to the Costa Rican economy.
The significance of the move to the new facilities marks a major milestone for Datascension. The 50,000-square-foot facility has the capacity to house approximately 1000 call center personnel over two shifts, along with providing sufficient space to house executive and support operations.
Scott Kincer, the Company’s President and CEO, stated, “Datascension had a successful 2006 and is looking toward an even more fruitful 2007. The fruits of our labors are evidenced by events such as the move attended by the Costa Rican President. We are extremely appreciative and flattered to have had Dr. Sánchez attend our inaugural ceremonies and to make such supportive comments about Datascension. His words speak for themselves, and we are pleased to share some excerpts of his comments with our shareholders.”
In inaugurating the new facility, Dr. Sanchez provided the following inspirational words of thanks to Datascension for providing 1000 jobs in Costa Rica and Latin America and in making a commitment to continuing to assist in vitalizing the Costa Rican economy (as translated from the original Spanish):
"I thank you for conceding me the honor of inviting me to this celebration that gathers us here. It has always been a pleasure for me to celebrate the success of companies that have grown in our territory.
Just 6 years ago, Datascension initiated operations in Costa Rica with approximately 50 employees. Today 1000 people work for one of the best market research companies in Latin America. Companies like Datascension are an example of the type of jobs that we want to generate for the people of Costa Rica, particularly for our youth. We want that more and more companies that offer goods and services settle down in our nation, and generate high quality jobs for a population who is thirsty of opportunities.
I wish you great success in this new stage that has just started.
Digital photos of President Sánchez’ visit to Datascension and the inauguration event can be viewed by going to this link: http://www.datascension.com/release/
Datascension, Inc. is engaged in the collection, storage and processing of data and conducting outsourced market research with operations in California, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. Datascension is rapidly becoming one of the largest Spanish-speaking call centers in the world. The Company's commitment to customer service, quality and on-time project management has fostered its world-class reputation among major market research firms and corporate market research departments.
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