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Stax selects Coleman Research for ERM platform

Global strategy consulting firm Stax has selected primary research provider Coleman Research’s Expert Relationship Management (ERM) platform to support the company in the digitalisation of research data and workflows.    

Coleman ERM addresses industry demand for a solution which mitigates the current time consuming, manual processes and replaces them with a platform that consolidates all Expert relationships in one interface, whether they are sourced from internal directories, or provided by third party research vendors.    

Mark Bremer, President, Stax Inc, says: “At Stax, we always look to supplement our deep industry expertise with detailed discussions with current industry practitioners. Coleman’s Expert Relationship Management solution allows us to bring many different parts of our research onto one standardised workflow and extend our deep industry contacts.  While improving our ability to deliver insights and value to our clients, Coleman’s Expert Relationship Management system also provides us tools and technology to put compliance-approved procedures in place that are forward-looking relative to global, privacy-related regulations such as GDPR.”

Kevin Coleman, CEO of Coleman Research, adds: “This is an important milestone, not only for us but for the research industry. Stax has been a client of Coleman’s expert network service for many years, and we are delighted to be able to provide them with software solutions to drive automation and meet their needs for a more efficient way of managing their expert research data.”

Coleman ERM is a powerful and easy-to-use solution which offers analysts and end-users quicker access to the right expertise, saving them time through automated scheduling and vetting functions.  ERM enables users to meet compliance, audit and reporting requirements and ensures analysts only interact with approved counterparts.

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