Today Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. announced the relaunch of Corporate Counsel Profiler The new version is powered by analytics and enables lawyers, researchers, marketers and competitive intelligence specialists to uncover custom insights into in houses Counsel Department.
Granular information on corporate in-house counsel departments is a critical component of the marketing, pitch and competitive intelligence process. AND it is surprisingly difficult to find. Current users of Corporate Counsel Profiler will immediately notice the more colorful interactive interface and intuitive pre and post filtering available on the relaunched platform.
The new platform preserves many of the original features such as the including the interactive map (now enhanced) and detailed corporate counsel information including title, phone number, email address, website, previous positions, year joined, bar jurisdiction, practice area(s).The new platform not only increases the number of profiles available but provides a more seamless and intuitive research and reporting experience. Powerful visualization features enable the creation of custom maps and charts and reports “on the fiy.”
The new version of Corporate Counsel Profiler provides detailed background information over 50,000 attorneys working as corporate counsel in over 14,500 legal departments in the US.
New Features include
- “highlighted changes” feature that shows users when a counsel record has been changed,
- “alerting” feature to track updates
- Subsidiaries Counsel – identifies counsel that work for subsidiaries rather than listing all lawyers under the parent company GC office.,
- Post search filters allow narrowing results by location, education or practice specialty
- Graphical charts, maps and reports can be exported and shared as a PDF or and Excel report.
“Corporate Counsel Profiler pulls together difficult-to-find information and analytics that help firms better understand corporate legal department staff and organization to better support law firms’ business development goals and better serve existing clients,” said Ken Crutchfield, Vice President and General Manager of Legal Markets at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. “The solution’s expanded coverage, analytics and new alerting feature empowers partners and support staff to find connections and uncover potential needs to more effectively reach and communicate with prospective clients.”
For more information about Corporate Counsel Profiler, and to schedule a demo, visit: https://know.wolterskluwerlr.com/LP=2367