Tikit goes from strength to strength as a leading provider of software and IT solutions to law firms in the UK, Europe and North America

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25 September 2014

Tikit’s Carpe Diem Mobile, which recently became one of the first mobile time recording apps available on Windows 8, continues to consolidate its position as the leading global mobile time recording app used by law firms. UK Top 50 firm Macfarlanes have signed-up with Tikit to provide Carpe Diem Mobile so that their fee earners can manage and record their time more effectively on the move.

In North America, Boston based firm Brown Rudnick is the most recent in a rapidly growing number of firms signing-up with Tikit for mobile time recording. They will be rolling out Carpe Diem Mobile initially to 50 attorneys to be followed by more than 200. It is not just the large firms that are beginning to see the benefits of mobile time recording – Stuart & Branigin, is a firm with 25 attorneys based in offices in Lafayette and Indianapolis who plan to roll out Carpe Diem Mobile.

More than 40 out of the Top 100 law firms in UK now use Tikit’s Template Management System for centrally managing and creating templates without the need for custom code. Dickson Minto is the latest firm to deploy TMS 6. Dickson Minto also joined the growing number of firms who have bought HighQ collaboration solutions from Tikit. And this trend is also moving across to mainland Europe. Two of Denmark’s leading law firms, Kameradvokaten and Horten plus Spanish firm Garrigues, Spain’s largest law firm, have all selected Tikit and HighQ for provision of their secure enterprise cloud collaboration platform.

Olswang have also become the latest firm to purchase Mimecast from Tikit and are about to embark on a desktop project that will include an upgrade of their Worksite environment by Tikit.

More mid-tier law firms are realising the benefits of working with Tikit:

Grosvenor Law, a specialist personal and business dispute resolution firm based in Mayfair, has invested in a 25 user P4W practice management system to replace a previously outsourced solution. After going live in August, the firm has also purchased Carpe Diem Mobile in order to maximise the capture of time out of the office.

In addition  to this Beaumont Legal’s rapid expansion continues with the purchase of a further 25 P4W licences which takes them to nearly 200 licensed users to cope with the unprecedented demand for their conveyancing services as one of the UK’s leading conveyancing firms.

The Tikit Managed Services team have also had a successful month. They have been contracted by Travers Smith to provide managed services and out-of-hours (OOH) support to their IT teams.


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