WEBINAR: Why CRM, Why Now

Communicating with your firm’s contacts has never been more important. In this webinar, you’ll hear from Jill Rinne, Marketing Director at Larson LLP and Lindsay Vendegnia, Marketing Manager at Moye White — two law firm marketers using CRM to advance marketing, strengthen relationships, and help their firms win more business. 

What We’ll Discuss:

  • How they identified the need for CRM 
  • The problems they were trying to solve 
  • How they made the business case for CRM (and why they selected ContactEase)
  • Lessons learned and advice for fellow marketers

And of course, we’ll leave time for questions. Anything you ever wanted to know about CRM? Here’s your chance to ask! Feel free to submit them in advance when you register.

Can’t join us live? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording. 

About the Panelists

Jil Rinne, Marketing Director, Larson LLP

Jil Rinne’s enthusiasm for branding and persuasive messaging combined with her insight into the legal industry and a keen understanding of how lawyers think, work, and communicate allows her to create effective and compelling stories about the people behind the firm. Prior to joining Larson LLP, Jil managed the marketing and communications department at a litigation boutique in Los Angeles and worked at two Am Law 100 firms in Boston. She is a member of the Legal Marketing Association and co-chair of the Homelessness Working Group for the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance.

Lindsay Vendegnia, Marketing Manager, Moye White LLP

Lindsay Vendegnia uses her passion for marketing, communications, and business development to develop new tactics to support emerging and developing practice areas and work with her team to create and implement the strategic efforts of her firm’s practice groups. Prior to joining Moye White, she acted as the Client Services Director of JC Denver Home Team and the Program Communications Director at the Parkinson Association of the Rockies. Lindsay is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and is pursuing her Master’s in Marketing from the University of Colorado at Denver.

About ContactEase 

ContactEase is CRM Made Easy for lawyers. With an industry-leading adoption rate, ContactEase CRM ensures your important firm contacts receive the right communications at the right time. In addition to its easy-to-use CRM platform, ContactEase offers an integrated suite of products from marketing automation to financial system integration and enterprise relationship management to strengthen relationships and help firms win more business. Learn more at contactease.com.


ContactEase CRM Welcomes New Law Firm Client: McGrath North

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ContactEase CRM welcomes new law firm client McGrath North Mullin & Kratz PC with 68 attorneys located in Omaha, Nebraska. Visit them online at www.mcgrathnorth.com.

The State of CRM at Law Firms: A Market-Wide Study

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Nearly 75% of all law firms have some sort of Client Relationship Management (CRM) system in place, yet respondents to a recently released survey indicate that few of their lawyers regularly use it. In contrast, ContactEase users report a higher-than-average utilization rate for their attorneys. The Ackert Advisory’s “The State of CRM at Law Firms” examines utilization, user experience and return on investment (ROI) of CRM platforms and their relationship to business development.

ContactEase was recognized by its users in a number of areas. Among the findings:

  • ContactEase (24%) and InterAction (45%) lead the CRM legal market with a combined market share of 69%.
  • ContactEase has increased its market share by 6% since last year’s survey.
  • ContactEase users reported a higher utilization rate than the overall market.
  • ContactEase users reported a lower level of data entry issues and a less complicated interface (in comparison to other CRM systems).
  • ContactEase users reported an average of 18% of lawyers use CRM regularly (the majority of survey respondents indicated 0-5% of their attorneys utilized CRM on a regular basis.

About ContactEase
ContactEase communicates with clients and prospects to enhance existing relationships and drive new business. In addition, ContactEase works with firms to develop ROI with business analytics and opportunity/pipeline management tools, and integrates with accounting and other systems.

ContactEase has a greater than 90% adoption rate due in part to its seamless Outlook integration, easy-to-use tools and a highly experienced support team. ContactEase can pull contacts from email, alert users of changes in their data, integrate with telephone systems, allow updates from mobile devices, allow contacts to RSVP online for events and update their own data.

Selecting the right CRM platform is essential to the success of any firm’s marketing and business development program. For more information about ContactEase and CRM best practices for getting buy-in, implementation, data management and ROI, visit our resources page.

ContactEase is used by over 250 law and accounting firms, with 16,000+ users worldwide. To read the report in its entirety, click here.

 

ContactEase CRM Welcomes New Law Firm Client: Osborn Maledon

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ContactEase CRM welcomes new law firm client Osborn Maledon PA with 50 attorneys located in Phoenix, Arizona. Visit them online at  www.osbornmaledon.com.

 

 

ContactEase CRM Welcomes New Accounting Firm Client: Haefele Flanagan

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ContactEase CRM welcomes new accounting firm client, Haefele Flanagan, located in Maple Shade, New Jersey. Visit them online at  www.hfco.com.

ContactEase CRM Welcomes New Law Firm Client: Buckingham Doolittle & Burroughs LLC

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ContactEase CRM welcomes new law firm client Buckingham Doolittle & Burroughs LLC with 68 attorneys across three offices located in Canton, Akron, and Cleveland, Ohio. Visit them online at www.bdblaw.com.

 

ContactEase CRM Welcomes New Law Firm Client: Paley Rothman

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ContactEase CRM welcomes new law firm client Paley Rothman with 40 attorneys located in Bethesda, Maryland. Visit them online at www.paleyrothman.com.

 

Data Quality Do’s and Don’ts – Part 5: Herding the CRM Cats

The beauty of a CRM system is that by relying on the collective information of all of the CRM users, contacts should be kept updated across the organization. If anyone gets updated information and simply modifies their contact information in Outlook, updated information should flow out to everyone who shares that contact. Everyone wins. That is, everyone who participates…. http://bit.ly/1Xb8GOE

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