Tikit joins as newest Thomson Reuters Elite Alliance partner

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25 April 2014


Thomson Reuters Elite, part of the Legal business of Thomson Reuters, today announced that Tikit, one of the largest suppliers of technology solutions and services to global legal and accountancy firms, has signed on as an Alliance partner. Tikit develops market leading applications that allow legal and accountancy firms to drive real business value and advantage.

“Thomson Reuters Elite and Tikit have several shared clients, and we are thrilled to establish a formal partnership so they can receive even greater benefits from each of our solutions.  The partnership assures our mutual clients a seamless integration for systems like Tikit’s Carpe Diem which delivers time capture solutions, including mobile timekeeping” said Tim Springham, Tikit CEO. “Matter budgeting, time recording and e-billing are increasingly important areas for firms, and we look forward to leveraging this collaboration.”

Tikit has a long-standing relationship with Elite, and the partnership benefits clients by blending application expertise with advanced hosting, connectivity and infrastructure capabilities.

The Thomson Reuters Elite Global Strategic Alliance Program provides a one-stop global marketplace that fosters cooperation, streamlines the buy-sell cycle and helps all involved achieve a competitive edge. Elite partners are experienced technology, services and consulting organizations ready to innovate, collaborate and help our clients solve their most pressing business challenges. Visit the Global Strategic Alliance Program to learn more about the benefits of partnering with Thomson Reuters Elite.

Thomson Reuters Elite is a leading global provider of enterprise business management solutions (EBMS), which allow law firms and professional services organizations to run all operational aspects of their firms including business development, risk management, client and matter management, and financial management. For more information, visit Elite.



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