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Do too many law firms still ignore cross-selling, a potentially lucrative marketing stream?

Whilst many lawyers may shy away from ‘selling’ to potential new clients, there seems to be a much greater level of acceptance that cross selling is part of providing a good service to the client and in developing the relationship.

The level of success in cross selling though is variable to say the least. A 2007 survey by BTI Consulting Group found that only 4% described their firm as ‘highly effective’ at cross selling, whilst a massive 77% of heads of marketing in 120 top US law firms reported that their firms were ‘ineffective’.

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Redbrick Solutions welcome two new recruits

After three years of consistent growth for Redbrick Solutions, the legal case management specialists have welcomed another two new members to their team this month. Redbrick’s Managing Director, Martin MacDuff comments “We have had a phenomenal few years which has seen the business grow to it’s busiest yet. We have had to expand our team accordingly to cope with demand and in the last year alone we’ve recruited into our development, sales, implementation and customer service teams. I’m delighted to welcome our two newest members to the team and look forward to enjoying our future success with them.”

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Redbrick Solutions announce they are first to integrate with ReviewSolicitors

Redbrick Solutions is delighted to announce another first to market following integration with Review Solicitors.

We have secured premium membership of ReviewSolicitors, a TripAdvisor-style website for law firms, for every one of our clients that wish to take advantage of the many associated benefits. This new website assists consumers in finding the perfect solicitor for their legal needs based upon feedback from existing clients of that firm.

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Birmingham Post – Legal 500

The pressure on law firms to reduce costs for clients whilst delivering maximum value and high levels of customer service is set to grow over the next 12 months. As a result, law firms will be looking to extract every possible efficiency and this is where legal technology is key.