InterAction
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Posted by | Sep 02, 2014

Two employment attorneys from the same law firm were unknowingly pitching the same prospective client. The client, in the interest of keeping legal fees low, use each attorney’s respective proposal as leverage to negotiation lower rates.

Fiona Jackson
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Posted by | Aug 20, 2014

Why IT and business development collaboration is crucial when selecting a CRM system

Carissa Rafferty
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Posted by | Aug 19, 2014

What should I look out for and what are the real benefits?

Andy Faulkner
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Posted by | Aug 07, 2014

Having been involved in numerous Lexis InterAction implementations, a common observation is that those organisations that take a structured approach to project management see the smoothest delivery. Of course, all firms project manage CRM implementations, but the extent to which they do it is the difference. Based on experience and anecdotal evidence, I’d like to give my two cents worth in this blog!

Emma Butler
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Posted by | Jul 14, 2014

The Information Commissioner’s Office’s (ICO) ‘stop now’ order to Glasgow-based DC Marketing for calling people on the Telephone Preference Service is an interesting development in the data protection world. It represents a significant change in tack on the part of the UK data protection regulator. All professional services firms undertaking marketing activities must note and take heed. Why?

Carissa Rafferty
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Posted by | Jul 04, 2014

For many companies (believe it or not) managing events within spreadsheets is still the norm – it was only 5 years ago I was doing this. Here are 6 tips I’ve developed for how CRM can help you manage your events more efficiently.