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For close to three decades now, India has been one of the most sought-after hubs for Legal process outsourcing services in the world. Outsourcing legal work to India is a preferred destination for global businesses owing to its high-quality legal services and cost savings. The country boasts a bevy of legal process service providers who

Attracting and retaining customers are persistent challenges confronting insurers. Attribute this to the technology advancements that have been driving intense competition across the insurance landscape. Through the years, customers have been getting used to digital experiences and personalized services in every aspect of their life. Insurers have been, therefore, grappling with pressures to innovate and

Businesses of all sizes are increasingly recognizing the benefits of remote work arrangements and digital accounting solutions. Small firms are embracing remote work, while accountants are integrating cloud-based technologies into their practices, facilitating seamless collaboration across geographical boundaries. Many business owners, owing to a knowledge gap in their accounting departments, seek professional expertise remotely. Large

Certificates of Insurance (COI) are legal documents of proof of an individual or entity’s insurance coverage. These certificates, used in business transactions and contracts, serve as evidence to verify that the insured party has the necessary insurance protection. They are typically issued to a third party, known as the certificate holder.
Certificates of Insurance outline

“Accounting has evolved from simple record keeping to sophisticated systems of checks and balances. Key developments, according to BSC and Medius, include:
Around 3300 B.C. — Tax records on clay tablets.
1458 — Double-entry accounting system.
1494 — First book with accounting concepts.
1854 — First professional accountant organizations.
1880s — Adding machine.
1955 —

The legal case management software landscape has been witnessing marked changes for the past few years owing to the increased need for streamlined and efficient legal workflows by both law firms and law departments of big organizations. This has been suitably fueled by the path-breaking tech innovations that are slowly turning into a way of