Zero Variance Relocates and Expands Argentina Facility

Zero Variance announced the expansion and relocation of their Argentina operations to the Capitalinas Cordoba Business Park. The move to this state-of-the-art Capitalinas office complex is part of Zero Variance’s latest expansion in the Latin America region. Located in a key Latin American business hub, this new facility provides for a 300% increase in capacity for a location that serves both as the technology development hub for Zero Variance global operations as well as a key multi-lingual operations center for our clients.

Zero Variance has operated in Argentina since 2006, providing business intelligence, software and engineering, and advanced analytics, as well as internal training, auditing, and support services for Zero Variance global locations.

Patrick Conner, CEO of Zero Variance shared that, “Relocation to Capitalinas Cordoba furthers our commitment to provide unequalled leading edge infrastructure and technology paramount to our core values.”

Marshall Ogen, vice president, business development, added, “We are SOC3 and PCI certified, in a state of the art facility.”

Founded in 2002, Zero Variance’s client list ranges from midsize businesses to Fortune 100 companies. Zero Variance is a premium PCI certified, customer experience and business intelligence provider.

[Posted by Peter DeHaan for Connections Magazine, a contact center publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]

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