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MediatorSelect Announces The Launch Of Their Mediator Selection Platform

The platform helps hiring parties involved in disputes find the right mediator for their needs, https://mediatorselect.com/.

Los Angeles, CA – February 1, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

MediatorSelect is pleased to announce the launch of their brand-new platform. Focused squarely on mediator selection, MediatorSelect’s brand new entry to the market makes the process so much easier and allows parties to resolve their disputes more quickly than ever. Those who are in the process of searching for a mediator can learn more about how the new platform can help them easily select mediator at mediatorselect.com.

“Whether a couple is looking for a divorce mediator to help them with their family issues or two business partners are involved in a contract dispute, it simply doesn’t get any better than MediatorSelect. We offer a tool that truly simplifies their search and selection process, saving a great deal of time and money. This is because our advanced case platform uses a digital format, replacing the commonly-used and highly-inefficient methods of telephone and email communication. This case platform is central to the MediatorSelect solution and highly valuable for all those who visit and use our site,” said Khaled Soufi of MediatorSelect

Fortunately, MediatorSelect offers tremendous benefits for more than just the hiring parties. The MediatorSelect platform also allows mediators to bring attention to their practice, increasing the number of clients their firm is able to serve. The platform’s highly robust profile feature gives mediators the ability to build a detailed, customizable, next-generation format profile with all of their important information, including an introductory video as well as client testimonials. All profile activity can be tracked in the accountholder’s dashboard, adding tangible value to the mediator’s business and setting MediatorSelect apart from other solutions.

As Soufi went on to say, “MediatorSelect is unique to the market in that it is the only site that offers hiring parties a strong search platform to find mediator, giving them a solid reason to choose the site for assistance with their dispute resolution. In turn, this creates more profile views and traffic for mediators who are looking to grow their practice. It is this innovative approach that makes us different and allows us to create a win-win situation for everyone involved.”

About MediatorSelect:

MediatorSelect is a robust digital platform that provides those involved in contract or divorce disputes with a directory of informative mediator profiles. With just a few clicks, hiring parties can find a suitable mediator to help resolve their case. With a next-gen profile on MediatorSelect, mediators can enjoy more profile views and increase their client base.

Contact Info:
Name: Khaled Soufi
Email: ksoufi@mediatorselect.com
Organization: MediatotrSelect
Address: 775 East Blithedale Avenue, # 363, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Phone: 514 862 9991

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