Resilience and the connected firm; how a connected firm drives resilience and top line growth in the wake of COVIDJuly 9, 2020 | 8 - 9 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET / 4 - 5 p.m. GMT
In the time of COVID, professional services firms have had to quickly virtualize in order to thrive in the current market. Industry leaders have responded by setting forth initiatives to pivot focus and continue to support operations as well as client relationships. Now more than ever firms need to connect people, process and technology in order to weather the storm.
Join Intapp’s Sanjeev Gandhi and Jennifer Roberts as well as KPMG’s Sebastian Hartmann to discuss the resilience of a connected firm and what it means in the new normal post-COVID market.
Sanjeev GandhiVice President and Head, Strategic Consulting
Vice President and Head, Strategic Consulting
Sanjeev Gandhi leads Intapp Consulting, working closely with law firm leaders on technology, change management, and data strategies to improve profitability and drive client success throughout the client-matter lifecycle. He brings over 20 years of experience to Intapp, including 17 years at PwC. Sanjeev was a senior member of PwC’s consulting practice for seven years, where he focused specifically on the legal sector.
Sebastian HartmannGlobal Head of Technology Strategy
Global Head of Technology Strategy
Sebastian Hartmann oversees KPMG’s global technology strategy and also leads the portfolio and investment steering team for KPMG International. Aside from his leadership and management roles, he advises leading professional services firms (legal, engineering, consulting, or creative) and technology companies on strategic management, innovation, and operational development challenges. Hartmann holds a degree in service management, system information science, and international management.
Jennifer RobertsSenior Manager, Strategic Research
Senior Manager, Strategic Research
Jennifer specializes in the application of data science in the professional services market. At Intapp, she is responsible for the analytics and research team that supports thought leadership and new initiatives. Leveraging her skills to advocate, evangelize, and build data-fueled products and insight, she examines the legal industry to drive analytical intelligence that informs strategic decisions and solves organizational needs. Jennifer earned her bachelor of arts degree in anthropology and master of science degree in econometrics from the University of Minnesota.