Tikit continues to invest in its sales function

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16 May 2016


A part_ofIn order to deal with growing client demand Tikit expands its sales function with the appointment of John Gomez.  John, a previous Tikit TFB employee, re-joins the Tikit team after 9 years in other technology roles within the legal software market.

“I am really excited to be joining the Tikit team once more” says John.  “I’m looking forwarded to re-joining an organisation that has such broad experience in the legal technology market.”

John is joining the Tikit team as a Sales Consultant.  He will be working with mid-sized law firms in the UK helping them to derive more value from Partner for Windows (P4W), Tikit’s flagship practice and case management product.

This is part of a wider business strategy that aims to place Tikit as the preferred IT and communications strategic partner for law firms. The strategy will focus on highlighting the benefits of its own IP in 2016/17 demonstrating a commitment to excellent customer service.

Richard Higgs, sales director at Tikit said that John’s appointment is all about “retaining strong relationships with many of Tikit’s mid-market clients as well as developing new business opportunities”.

He went on to say that “with John’s experience both within the technology sector and with his previous employment at Tikit TFB that he will be integral to moving this strategy forward in the coming year.”



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