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Our Unique Selling Point (USP) is our Pivotal Provider Model that “mans the bridge” between the clients and the vendors or suppliers of services. With the ever growing need to outsource all types of legal processes for cost savings and operational efficiencies, various Industry segments spend a deal great of time and effort in learning to work with suppliers of different capabilities and skills before realizing the long term benefits.

Different cases and legal initiatives require different equations. Depending on the nature of the work, the time frame, logistics and skill-level demands of the assignment, LexVantage combines resources to ensure a cohesive effort and can make related decisions. 

We maintain a database of LPOs/Vendors/ Suppliers selected and evaluated on the basis of the services offered, credentials, satisfactory delivery of services and projects, responsiveness, proven technical ability and clarity of communication.

LexVantage goes through rigorous methods to select the best Offshore Supplier according to the needs of the client. Our selection methods are:

1.Single Vendor:

As the name implies, we select one vendor per project- typically by internally applying the vendor short list model described below - and LexVantage works closely with them to prepare a joint proposal to the Client.

2.Short List:

We adopt the short list model when a client requests that we provide them with a small number of potential offshore partners to choose from.

This is followed by Request for Information (RFI) and Request for Proposal (RFP) or Request for Quotations (RFQ) processes whereby information and credentials are acquired and the short list method starts.The Proposals are then collected and the performance in the pilots or Project briefs are instrumental in the final selection.

We also point out areas of weakness that we identify, so that the vendor has an opportunity to strengthen their position and proposition. This ensures that any misunderstandings are resolved before the client reviews the submissions, and cuts down on the time the client needs to review the proposals.

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