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Mar 31, 2011

Netflix Beefing Up Service Center In Preparation For Global Launch

It's no secret that Netflix has grand plans to expand its global footprint that now feeds media to some 20 million North American subscribers. Hell, the company was boasting of the "significant dollars" allocated to its 2011 international expansion plans just four months ago. Notably, Netflix's customer service call center in Hillsboro Oregon is gearing up to expand its scope of operations beyond North America.

Two new job postings for a Training Supervisor and Quality Assurance Analyst both mention the need to prepare for "rapid" international expansion and "will support a specific country / region outside of North America." The Training Supervisor is being hired specifically to educate customer service reps in preparation for that future international growth. Neflix is looking for fluency in English in addition to Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian and European), and Spanish (Latin American and European), leaving things pretty wide open with regard to the countries targeted for initial launch.

13 comments:

BigMike said...

Now if they could JUST get their android streaming app running i would be happy! Love my Netflix ;)

YourArgumentIsCurrentlyInvalid said...

nice. thanks for sharin bro

cool_cicler said...

I wonder with how the movie and music piracy did they get to sustain the biz.

Blogasaurus Rex said...

I do love netflix. So convenienttttt

KnightOnlineGoldMaker said...

Went over my bandwidth limit while using netflix... damn boosted up my bill $60... i canceled my membership once that happened

The Viking said...

Thanks for the update!

Gr33n said...

i wish netflix charged on a "per usage" basis... i go months sometimes without accessing it but i still get charged... CANCELED!

Alixander said...

Don't really use Netflix all that often. Handy though.

Slamcakes said...

I wish they would expand their streaming options

Jay.CA said...

that's actually some good news for international subscribers. :D

Agustin Creevy said...

mm im interested!

PaulBlark said...

Netflix is awesome!

KrillKrones said...

Surprising how big Netflix is, yet they have such great documentaries showing how horrible sorporations are!