Law Firm Optimization
At Conversion Analytics we derive customized marketing, client, business development, pricing, and operating strategies, from your law firm’s data. Through analytics, prediction and forecast modeling we provide insights that direct your firm’s investments toward optimal ROI activities.
“HALF THE MONEY I SPEND ON ADVERTISING IS WASTED - THE TROUBLE IS, I DON’T KNOW WHICH HALF.” -JOHN WANAMAKER (1838-1922)
Sound familiar? Law firms have struggled with the ROI attribution question for years. With Conversion Analytics, since strategy is derived from what your own data tells us is working, we already know that your investment dollars are going toward the strategic initiatives with the highest potential return on investment.
Legal and technology are merging and requiring hybrid skillsets among lawyers and law firm professionals who support them. Talented lawyers and leadership professionals who understand this intersection are scarce and difficult to find. Let our experienced search professionals help you build a strong and integrated team to take your law firm into the future.
TECHNOLOGY AS A PRACTICE
Technology is a practice area at almost all AmLaw top 50 firms. But where do you begin to create one from scratch? Lawyers with technology proficiency are in high demand in every industry, and across almost every practice. We can help you capitalize on this opportunity and future proof your firm by establishing yourselves in the technology space.
VIRTUAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
The workplace has changed. This presents an opportunity for you to reduce your footprint and overhead. High level business development support is costly to keep on hand. We produce the same, bespoke, highly customized, top quality, result driven BD work, by the project, day, or hour, as you need it, when you need it. Why pay more.
Let's talk. In an introductory conversation, we can help you gain insight on what you're doing well, and what sorts of opportunities you are "leaving on the table" in terms of capitalizing on insights from data. Even a quick "back of the envelope" diagnostic analysis can help guide your next steps.