BT signs new deal to outsource work to India
BT has sealed a deal to send basic legal tasks to outsourcing provider UnitedLex, spelling the end of its in-house legal support services team in India. From 1 April, a 15-strong UnitedLex team (including lawyers, project managers and online support and administrative staff) will handle commercial contracting and antitrust regulation work for BT's offices in the UK, the US, India, Singapore and Hong Kong. The team will be based in Gurgaon, India.
BT has sealed a deal to send basic legal tasks to outsourcing provider UnitedLex, spelling the end of its in-house legal support services team in India.
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