Qorus Software Webinars

30 November 2017 12:00pm ET & 9:00am PT

Join us as we go through the results of Qorus Software's 3rd annual proposal management survey. We are delighted to include guests (Amy Singer from Hitachi Vantara, Zena De Kasha from Insight and David Mead, Business Development Director at Qorus) and look forward to their comments and insights as industry experts and seasoned professionals in this space.

7 September 2017 12pm CAT

In this practical and thought-provoking webinar, business development advisor Robyn Haydon and Jonathan Keighley of Qorus will unpack the mindset, tools, and techniques you need to break down internal silos, get your team working together, and build the team engagement that will help you win more bids. 

31 May 2017 2pm EST

    Exploring the competitive benefits of a modern proposal solution. After a great Learning Labs session at LMA, we’ve invited Jennifer Manton, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer at Kramer Levin to join us on a webinar on Wednesday, May 31st. We’ll be talking about tools for modern marketing and business development, and discussing the essential capabilities of a modern proposal system. Jennifer will share industry insights, including her views on the need to create highly tailored pitches. 

21 June 2016 13:30 - 14h15 BST

Poor content management, weak review processes and complicated technology only make proposal management more difficult. For our latest proposal management webinar, we’ve invited Jon Darby, APMP UK Marketing Director and Business Winning Consultant at Harmonic Limited, to share some practical advice on how to create consistently high quality proposals. After Jon’s presentation, Qorus will do a very quick introduction to Qorus Breeze, our popular Microsoft Office-based proposal management solution. The pressure is on, the deadlines are tight, the questions are plentiful, and the stakes are high. Proposals are an all-or-nothing game. Second place is not an option.

29 June 2016 14h00 - 14h45 EST

Join us explore: A couple of the factors that have led to the need to increase efficiency and adopt a more proactive approach to business development The technology that automates the time-consuming, error-prone tasks associated with pitch and proposal creation The easiest way to get even the busiest lawyer or partner to contribute to a pitch or RFP response.

28 June 2016 08h00 - 08h45 CAT

Increased competition, decreased demand for services, and the resulting commoditisation of legal services are changing everything. Firms that have always taken a reactive approach to business development must change if they are to survive. They need to become more agile, efficient and proactive.