Law firms are constantly responding to request for proposals (RFPs) and researchers are, more than ever, integrating into the business development team. Researchers can add significant value to the RFP process through analyzing the company, firm and competition and providing their findings and recommendations to the team.
This article details the process for gathering intelligence that would support a comprehensive RFP response, as well as the final research product that is presented to the business development team.
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