There are thousands of marketing technology vendors on the market today, many of whom are actively targeting the law firm sector. How can you cut through the clutter to select the right ones for your firm?
At Calibrate Strategies, we recognize the challenges in identifying viable vendors, validating competing claims and ensuring that solutions fit with your processes and culture. Our knowledge of the market – combined with our human-centered and hands-on approach – ensures that we can quickly deliver a solid recommendation to your law firm.
A Deep Dive on Your Business Requirements
Calibrate Strategies uses a rigorous methodology to identify and evaluate suitable marketing technology vendors for our clients:
- We start with a discovery phase, during which we will interview selected firm stakeholders. The deliverable will be a business case for a solution and a roadmap for building the firm’s capability, including technology, process and people.
- We use our proven methodology to create detailed business requirements for a solution. These requirements will be translated into a formal request for proposals. Based on our knowledge of the market we will recommend appropriate vendors to be considered.
- We act as central point of contact for the vendors who will be asked to submit bids. We interview reference customers to validate claims. Our final deliverable is a scored matrix rating the vendors’ capabilities to meet each of your requirements.
How You Benefit
An Objective Viewpoint
Because we are not affiliated with any technology provider, you can rely on us to provide an independent assessment on competing vendor claims.
Save Time and Money
We act as an extension of your marketing and IT teams, helping to keep the project on track and on budget.
Our thorough, analytical process will help give you confidence that the best qualified vendors are considered.
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