Cheetah Digital, a cross-channel marketing software company, has expanded its footprints in Costa Rica by launching a delivery center in Heredia.
The center, built with an investment of US$1 million, is armed with several advanced technology tools in addition to rooms for training employees in digital skills.
The New York City-based company says it is looking for around 100 professionals with English skills and IT knowledge in areas such as programming, marketing, advertising design, web development, and IT engineering.
Cheetah, which offers tech solutions that help marketers to create personalized experiences, cross-channel messaging, and loyalty strategies, currently has employed around 275 people in the Central American country.
“We appreciate national and local elected leaders who have supported Cheetah Digital’s arrival and expansion in Costa Rica, and we look forward to bringing even more jobs and investments to the area to better help our clients win around the globe,” said Michael Wasyluka, Chief Operating Officer, Cheetah Digital.
With more than 1,300 employees in 26 offices across 13 countries, Cheetah claims to be the world’s largest independent marketing technology company. It counts American Express, Hilton, Walgreens, and Williams-Sonoma among its clients.
Its email-first platform delivers more than one billion monthly emails in addition to enabling businesses to build data-driven relationships with their customers.