Lithuanian technical support is available in every Host1Plus location
Host1Plus – the international hosting service provider – has added Lithuanian technical support in every Host1Plus location – UK, Netherlands, Singapore and Lithuania.
London, United Kingdom, January 13, 2011 – Host1Plus, a London based international hosting company has hired Lithuanian technical support managers across all locations – London in UK, Amsterdam in the Netherlands and Vilnius in Lithuania. The support managers had to pass the difficult tests of the local languages in order to provide the best quality support. Also the requirement of English knowledge was the key issue for candidates.
“I am Lithuanian myself, therefore I trust Lithuanians so much. The support guys in every location can exchange information about the various issues much more faster and better if they speak in the same language. Language barriers and cultural differences in international companies costs double or even triple time in decision making. Support is good when decision is made quickly and effectively. Moreover Lithuanians are really zealous and talented IT professionals who are not afraid of serious work and big challenges” – Vincentas Grinius, the Host1Plus co-founder and CEO explained the company’s policy regarding inter-lingual relationships.
Host1Plus services are provided in five countries. All the offices now have at least 1 employee who speaks Lithuanian.
“As great professionals, Lithuanians are still quite cheap employees. Cutting some office expenses sometimes helps to develop something bigger or enter other market. Lithuanian support is really amazing, because these guys have good education and are very smart at their age. As CEO I must communicate with them. Doing in native language it is much easier and takes less time than communication in English.”- Mr. Grinius explained the economical side of such decision.
At a present moment Host1Plus is working hard entering the Lithuanian market, therefore creating the positions for Lithuanians is also good for entering local market which is very promising as Lithuanian Government wants to make Lithuania as IT resource country.