In large law firms, it can be difficult for lawyers and other professionals to know who has what expertise or experience. This lack of connectedness can become problematic when lawyers are looking for assistance with a niche area of practice, wish to internally cross-sell work for a client, or find a lawyer who is admitted to practice in a particular jurisdiction. It’s also difficult for business development professionals and partners who need to put together pitches based on prior experience. Experience management systems solve these problems by providing a single place in which to store, manage, access and share information about professional expertise, educational background and bar admission. The leading solution is Foundation, now part of the Litera stable, with competitors including Ikaun and Pitchly.