Quantifying offshore risks
After years of dealing with some of the highest support costs in the professional services sector, more and more law firms are looking to offshore outsourcing as a solution. Realising the benefits, however, can be difficult. Elliot Rose reports
The past couple of years have seen a paradigm shift towards digital dictation by law firms which allows them to electronically distribute dictated documents to centralised document production facilities, enabling more efficient processing of documents in electronic files, rather than physical audio tapes. This has led some firms to consider where their costly document production facilities should be located and whether they should be outsourced.
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