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Unspoken Criteria Clients Use to Evaluate Your RFP

Wednesday, November 15, 2017   (0 Comments)
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Extract from Michael Rynowecer's article "Unspoken Criteria Clients Use to Evaluate Your RFP"

Clients are becoming much more skilled in evaluating law firms. They are on the lookout for clues as to what they will get once they hire a firm. Top legal decision makers see so many pitches and presentations they have now developed a clear set of criteria—some of which they share—and some not.

Lack of sharing is neither a trick nor negligence—its client preferences which have become ingrained in their thinking. Clients think about some especially important requirements so often they believe the proposing firms know what these unspoken requirements are.

Other unstated criteria are not yet fully developed but clients know them when they see them—these are the most dangerous—because clients still have an expectation you will meet these unstated criteria.

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