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    Cairo Contact Centers Park in Maadi

    Last updated: 29 June 2010

    Egypts first Contact Centers Park in Maadi is the first equipped to cope with the country fast development in the Communications and Information Technology (CIT) field.

    Egypt's exclusive strategic advantages, namely the availability of qualified and multilingual workforce, excellent infrastructure, strategic location and political stability, have made Egypt an equal destination for outsourcing industry.

    The contact center park offers the latest call center technologies, making Egypt one of the top offshore outsourcing contact center destinations in the region.

    Built over a 75 acre-space, the project will contribute to developing and raising the export capacity of ICT services through Egyptian and international companies specialized in business process outsourcing (BPO).

    The first phase of the project involves three buildings where the Egyptian Raya and Xceed and the American Sykes companies are currently located, exporting their services across the globe from Egypt.

    The park administration will follow up the commitment of real estate companies with the set specifications and the rental of buildings at competitive prices. The third phase will start in 2011 and will be finalized in 2015.

    The selection of a specialized company to run the zone and conduct its maintenance based on international quality standards is underway.

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