THE LEADING CRM AUTOMATION & RELATIONSHIP
INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM FOR LAW FIRMS
Grow and strengthen client relationships, automate CRM data entry to fuel adoption, and empower attorneys with the insights to cross-sell and up-sell more services
Sync data to CRM
from email & other
Identify “who knows
who” across your firm
& client base
Deliver pre-meeting client
intelligence via email
to every partner & attorney
Enrich and cleanse client
information to keep
data integrity high
Unlock the power of relationships at your Law Firm
It’s no secret that law firms struggle with CRM usage and adoption. When your attorneys and partners don’t use the CRM, critical client information isn’t visible to the firm.
Introhive is proven to deliver digital and cultural transformation at law firms by automating mundane data entry and information cleansing in CRM. Introhive enables business development, marketing, and client service teams with Relationship Intelligence to map, score and share client insights across the firm to identify new opportunities for warm introductions, cross-selling or up selling opportunities.
The net outcome is higher quality information in CRM, greater access to insights shared via pre-meeting reports and less time spent adding and maintaining information in CRM. Introhive does all that for you.
Legal Case Studies
Fenwick & West invests into relationship intelligence to substantially reduce time investment and cost associated with adding information and syncing data into Salesforce CRM and Tableau (BI) for its 350 attorneys
Howard Kennedy leverages Introhive to centralise and clean the firm’s database across disparate tools and spreadsheets to deliver a 400% increase in contacts for business development and marketing campaigns
Gould & Ratner cleans their legacy database of 40,000+ contacts for a new CRM deployment, while identifying over 100,000+ relationships across the firm to foster greater connections with both prospects and clients
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