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BT Hungary’s SSC headcount climbs 50%

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Headcount at British Telecomʼs European shared services center in Hungary saw a headcount rise of 50%, reaching 1,500, in just a little more than a year, the telco said today in an announcement.

While the range of services the center offers has also expanded, the company noted that another 200 hires would be made in the coming year, according to the announcement.

The centers, which are located in Budapest and Debrecen, provide services to more than 3,000 multinational companies and governmental institutions.

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