What matters: Offering Technology that Clients Want


Lawyers have increased their marketing tech-savviness tremendously in the last five years. but to get and keep clients, a lawyer must offer unglamorous technology like e-billing, software that allows online collaboration and methods to share information.

None of this is the sexy “Web 2.0” technology that pundits like to write about. Clients want basic, practical tech applications that make doing business with you easier.

Clients want e-billing, extranets, free CLE programs at their offices, online surveys, short podcasts, client alerts, and CRM (client relationship management) software.

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