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Chris Fritsch

As a CLIENT Success Consultant, Chris Fritsch works together with leading professional services firms across the country to help support their CRM and Client Intelligence efforts and maximize their return on investment.

Research suggests that over 70% of CRM implementations may fail to meet expectations – but they don’t have to. Chris’s focus is to help firms succeed by choosing the right CRM solution for their specific needs and implementing it in a way that provides individualized value to the professionals, assistants, marketing professionals and business developers.

Chris was inducted as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management in 2017, in recognition of her exemplary professional standards and achievements as a law firm consultant. A recognized authority on marketing and business development technologies, Chris was named among the top 10 Marketing and Business Development thought leaders in the JD Supra 2018 Readers Choice Awards. She writes and speaks nationally on topics including client relationship management (CRM), competitive intelligence, business development, relationship intelligence, eMarketing and the use of technology to enhance profitability.

In her former role as a Client Development Technology Consultant, Chris advised top firms across the country on the role of technology in business development and assisted them in selecting the right technology to support their business development efforts.

In her former role as a Legal Technologist, she advised top law firms and professionals about competitive intelligence and innovative uses of Internet technology.

Chris has also worked in-house as a Legal Technologist for an Am Law 50 law firm based in Atlanta and as a Technology Consultant and Webmaster for Emory Law School. She was also the Managing Partner of a consulting firm specializing in providing technology solutions for attorneys.

Chris received her law degree from Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, GA, where she served as Managing Editor of the Emory International Law Review, as well as student and faculty technology consultant.

Chris is based in Atlanta, Georgia when she is not traveling across North America to meet with clients.

More From Chris

Five Trends Reshaping CRM and Data Quality Management Today

Posted by on Category CRM Data Quality eMarketing ERM Marketing Marketing Technology
The past two years have brought dramatic change to every aspect of our lives, and CRM and data quality management are two areas that have seen major shifts as well. Here Chris Fritsch explores some key trends that are reshaping CRM and data quality management for law firms - and some ideas for addressing them. 1 - Out with the old (CRM), in with the new In working together with hundreds of firms in the last 15+ years, I have never seen so many considering changing CRM systems. A lot of this is because firms are interested in moving to the cloud and because many firms have become more sophisticated about business

Six Tips for Selecting the Right CRM System

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Before deciding on a new CRM, follow these steps to select the right CRM system that meets your requirements, enhances adoption, offers value to your users – and can provide a return on your investment. Research estimates that up to 70% of CRM systems fail to meet expectations – and a failed CRM implementation can be extremely costly, not just in terms of the financial expense, but also because of the costs in lost time – and credibility. Even more impactful: you don’t often get a second chance at CRM success. This means that it’s critical to select the right CRM system the first time. The good news is CRM success is

Seven Secrets for Driving CRM Adoption Success

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Download a PDFAre your professionals using the CRM system? If not, it’s time for a new approach to gaining adoption. These tips can help your team see value and benefits in CRM - and may even get them to use it.   CRM isn’t easy. There can be a lot of challenges – from selecting the right system to rolling it out effectively, to integration with other systems, to maintaining system data quality. But one of the most common – and critical - pain points experienced by most firms – and, in fact, most organizations - is low CRM adoption. In the past, CRM adoption was gauged by whether we could get a majority
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