Citigroup opens global IT service center in Budapest


Citigroup officially opened its Global IT Service Center in Budapest on Friday, which will offer IT services to Citigroup members in more than 100 countries around the world.

The center employs 140 people, Citigroup Zrt Chairman of the Board of Directors Sajjd Razvi said. The company will establish two more service centers in the future, which will employ an additional 140 by the end of 2007 or early 2008.
More than 30 international companies have either established new regional-service centers or developed existing ones in Hungary over the past two years, providing 13,000 new workplaces, Minister of Economy and Transport János Kóka said at a ceremony to mark the official opening of the center.


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