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Cenza Technologies LLC


We are outsourcing experts, who deliver solutions to leading corporations, law firms, in-house departments, and financial institutions around the world. With more than 20+ years of experience and deep domain expertise across multiple industries, we set the gold standard for quality control and reliability, helping our clients improve efficiency, reduce risk and save money across a broad range of non-core and back-office services, including contract management, word processing, litigation support, data extraction and abstraction, due diligence review and market research.

We provide our clients with the best of both worlds – the cost and operating efficiencies that can be achieved through leveraging our custom-built production and service center in Chennai, India, together with the high-reliability and accuracy that comes with state-of-the-art tools and technology and our mastery of best-in-breed business management practices. Plus, we tie it all together with onshore project management and consulting expertise that ensures our offshore operations seamlessly integrate with our clients’ daily operations.

We take the time to understand each client’s business, and then develop tailored outsourcing solutions that flex to meet changing needs and requirements. It’s this consultative approach to outsourcing that delivers demonstrable ROI and creates enduring relationships based on trust.

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