Enable report: Pitch mangement
ENABLE PROVIDES SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS FOR A RANGE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRMS ACROSS FOUR CONTINENTS.
WHY ENABLE UNDERTOOK THIS REPORT?
In talking to a spectrum of national and international law firms about the challenges which they face, it became apparent that there was a relative shortage of comparative published information about the pitch management process, in particular the pitch document. Enable therefore decided to undertake research via a survey of leading law firms operating in the UK to address some of these issues. The key findings of this report will hopefully add value to those involved in the pitch management process. Beyond that, Enable will thoroughly analyse the results to build the key findings into the Enable PitchPerfect platform and family of products going forward.
Enable’s popular pitch software, PitchPerfect, allows users to create high quality branded pitch documents effortlessly in Word and PowerPoint.
Bespoke templates are accessed via the PitchPerfect ribbon which sits in Word or PowerPoint, and allow for saved and approved content to be added into a document using simple PitchPerfect searches.
Everything in PitchPerfect is accessed from a familiar location: Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, which means less training, fewer questions, and faster adoption.
For more information or a demo please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘PitchPerfect is so user-friendly, we saw immediate adoption across our global offices. For the first time, we are all using one system to produce documents that are consistent in content and branding.’
The Enable Pitch Management Report analyses the results of a survey conducted by phone and email in May-June 2017. Using a detailed questionnaire, the survey canvassed the views of 46 law firms, each of which is among the 100 largest law firms operating in the UK by revenue. Respondents were asked 20 questions, both quantitative and qualitative, about their firm’s production of pitch documents, typically with importance ranging on a 1 (very important) to 5 (least important) scale. Additionally, respondents were given the opportunity to offer anonymous commentary on the specific challenges that they face in the production of pitch documents. Finally, a series of additional in-depth interviews were undertaken in relation to some of the key issues.