Tikit launches innovative new PDF data capture tool

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25 July 2016


A part_ofTikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law firms, has today announced the launch of a brand new and innovative PDF form product called FormShare.

FormShare will integrate with Tikit’s practice and case management solution Partner for Windows (P4W).

Adrian Jones, product and development director at Tikit says “we (Tikit) developed FormShare to improve internal processes, such as client matter inception, and to also improve the client experience through greater collaboration.

“Too many firms are still administering paper forms and manually adding those details to their databases. With FormShare that process is automated, risk is reduced and profitability is increased.”

This ground breaking tool will allow users to complete PDF forms, such as client inception forms and police station attendance notes, on their iPad, which can be on or offline.

This information is then automatically extracted and added to their P4W database.

Jane Pritchard from TV Edwards Solicitors says, “FormShare is a real game changer. There are imitation products out there, but the functionality of FormShare within P4W is seriously impressive.

“Every P4W site should be considering the place FormShare has in it’s data capture, client and document creation. It could leapfrog years of workflow creation and shave significant sums off central costs though efficiencies in file generation.”

To find out more about FormShare please click here to visit the Tikit Website.



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