Next-Generation News and Client Alerts

Next-Generation News and Client Alerts

By Sumathi Pundit, Amy Wisinski
November 22, 2022 | 27-minute episode
Business Development Competitive Intelligence Content Type Podcast
Client Services
Share this story

LMA Podcast ·Next-Generation News and Client Alerts

Episode: 97

Series: SIG Share-Out

Episode Description:
News and client alerts are great ways to build your firm’s business and keep in touch with clients and future prospects. In the latest SIG-Share Out podcast, Sumathi Pundit (Kaitongo Inc.) joins Competitive Intelligence SIG Co-chair Amy Wisinski (Winston & Strawn LLP) to discuss the current and future landscape of news and client alerts, and ways for attorneys to use these alerts to become trusted advisors with market intelligence.

Sumathi Pundit, Founder and CEO, Kaitongo
Amy Wisinski, Senior Manager, Marketing Data Analytics & Technology, Winston & Strawn LLP

Series Description:
The LMA SIG Share-Out series spotlights episodes from one or more of LMA’s 10 Shared Interest Groups. This series features best practices, education and more on the hottest topics in legal marketing.

Listen on SoundCloud, and find us and subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts and Spotify.

Sumathi Pundit
Kaitongo Inc.

Sumathi Pundit is the founder and CEO of Kaitongo Inc. She is a serial entrepreneur and trusted leader in the business intelligence domain for professional services firms. She founded her first business, Evalueserve Canada, in 2004 and following its sale, has continued to act as an advisor to business development and knowledge management teams across the legal services spectrum. As a woman, person of color and introvert, Sumathi found that her strength in sales came from digging deep into understanding her client’s business issues and presenting value added solutions.

Amy Wisinski
Winston & Strawn LLP

Amy Wisinski leads marketing technology, competitive intelligence and analytics efforts at Winston & Strawn with a focus on integrating data from internal and external sources.