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Sep 26, 2007 14:01 EEST
SOFIA (Bulgaria), September 26 (SeeNews) – Taiwan networking, broadband, digital electronics and communications solutions provider D-Link plans to open a call centre in Romania by the middle of 2008, a senior company official said on Wednesday.
“It will be serving customers from southern Europe like Italy, maybe even Spain and also eastern Europe. At the moment we are looking for the right partners in Romania to do it,” D-Link area manager Eastern Europe, Roman Napierala, told SeeNews.
D-Link has chosen Romania because of the size and the very fast growth of the country's information technology market, said Napierala. The centre would employ 40 to 50 people.
U.S. software giant Microsoft Corp. has a global technical support centre in Romania's capital Bucharest and Hewlett Packard has a business process outsourcing centre serving clients from Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
D-Link, which has an estimated share of 5.0% to 10% of the networking solutions market in Romania and its southern neighbour Bulgaria, aims to grab 10% of the Bulgarian market in three years, while in Romania it sees its market share expanding to 20% within two to three years, Napierala said.
D-Link has 105 offices in 100 countries. It had revenue of $1.3 billion (920 million euro) in 2006, up from $1.13 billion for 2005.
($ = 0.7078 euro)
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