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  • The Current Global State of Outsourcing [View article]
    It’s a very disappointing move from Ohio Government, as U.S. itself is considered as one of the countries promoting global trade. Does this mean that U.S. companies will continue to sell shoes and cars in India and other countries, but when it comes to outsourced work, the doors will be conveniently closed? I must also say that I believe in free and fair economy and if the service produced by most outsourcing entities is not all inferior to the work produced in U.S. Just because of cheap labor and low establishment cost, the fees charges by outsourcing entities are lower in India and other Asian countries. I think outsourcing work will only increase co-operation between India and U.S. and will have a positive long term effect on the economies of both the nations, both employment-wise and revenue-wise.

    Sayuj Banerjee
    www.sddglobal.com
    high-end legal outsourcing
    Nov 18, 2010. 12:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A.T. Kearney: Offshore Facilities More Efficient than Facilities Onshore [View instapost]
    The benefits of outsourcing, in terms of cost reduction and overseas expansion, have been rightly discussed in the article. When it comes to outsourcing legal work, Off-shore outsourcing can lead to savings of up to 50% or much more. As The New York Times reported: “The reason for the shift [to outsourcing legal work] echoes the reason companies are sending other work abroad: they save substantial amounts of money. Some companies say they can reduce certain legal costs by as much as 50 percent, and receive work that rivals what they can obtain in the United States. According to Dennis Archer, the President of the American Bar Association, ‘The need to cut costs reaches across many departments, so it should be no surprise that it goes to the legal department as well.’”

    Sayuj Banerjee
    www.sddglobal.com
    high-end legal outsourcing
    Nov 3, 2010. 06:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Knowledge Process Outsourcing Takes A Backseat [View instapost]
    Adding to the point raised in the article, I must say that law based knowledge outsourcing companies are gaining significance, along with other branches of KPOs like marketing, IT and accounting. Specialization and quality of service are the key factors when it comes to KPOs. At the best off-shore legal outsourcing companies, the services they provide compare favorably with much of what attorneys produce at high-quality law firms in the West. In at least one case, the off-shored services are managed on-site by a reputable American law firm, and supervised by a team of U.S.-licensed attorneys who have been practicing at the top of their fields. This gives clients both quality assurance and accountability. Also, when corporations and law firms outsource legal services to the best LPO companies, the work is done by top law graduates, experienced lawyers, and/or former law professors from some of the best companies, law firms and law schools in India. And again, often those recruits in turn are trained and supervised by respected U.S. or U.K. attorneys.

    Additionally, knowledge process outsourcing can lead to savings of up to 50% or much more. As The New York Times reported: “The reason for the shift [to outsourcing legal work] echoes the reason companies are sending other work abroad: they save substantial amounts of money. Some companies say they can reduce certain legal costs by as much as 50 percent, and receive work that rivals what they can obtain in the United States. According to Dennis Archer, the President of the American Bar Association, ‘The need to cut costs reaches across many departments, so it should be no surprise that it goes to the legal department as well.’”

    Sayuj Banerjee
    www.sddglobal.com
    high-end legal outsourcing
    Oct 29, 2010. 03:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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