BPO June 2011 News

  • Legal outsourcing is set to become big business, experts say
    The legal-outsourcing industry is forecast to grow to $2.4 billion worldwide by 2012, up from an estimated $400 million in 2010, experts say. For young American lawyers, the trend means an increase in job opportunities, albeit at a significant pay cut from traditional associate positions at large firms.
  • Sedgwick Acquires BPO Firm Cambridge Solutions’ US Arm For $22M
    Business process outsourcing firm Cambridge Solutions Ltd has sold its loss-making wholly owned arm Cambridge Integrated Services Group, Inc. (CISGI), which houses the US workers’ compensation and third party administration operations, to US-based Sedgwick Claims Management Services for $22.7 million.

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