Tikit signs global partnership agreement with NetDocuments

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22 June 2016


Katherine Ainley Tikit CEO

Katherine Ainley, Tikit CEO

Tikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law and professional services firms, has today announced a worldwide partnership agreement with NetDocuments, the global native cloud-based document and email management service provider for law and professional service firms.

Tikit has a heritage of bringing innovative products to market and this deal is the first Global Partner relationship for NetDocuments.

Katherine Ainley, Tikit CEO, says, “Our partnership with NetDocuments will continue to enhance Tikit’s partnership portfolio, with a focus on expanding the options available to legal and professional services firms who are looking for cloud-based document management solutions.

“Tikit’s partnership policy has always been about bringing the best solutions to the market to help our customers, whatever their size or geography, run their businesses. We believe the NetDocuments solution is unique in the market place and that customers with cloud strategies will welcome its vast feature set and expansive security and governance characteristics together with its easy to use interface.

“All our partners form a fundamental part of Tikit’s ongoing strategy and we look forward to offering our customers the benefits of the new partnership with NetDocuments.”

Matt Duncan, CEO at NetDocuments commented, “We are thrilled about our partnership with Tikit. Tikit is trusted by nearly 1,500 legal customers around the globe, and our new partnership will accelerate the adoption of cloud-based document and email management globally.

“Tikit’s expertise in the legal market combined with NetDocuments’ modern technology platform will help clients stay ahead in today’s ever-changing legal and business landscape.”

Ainley adds, “Tikit actively monitors the market for the latest technologies and innovations, and in doing so we will continue to expand our partner network.

“Today’s announcement sends a clear signal that we will provide customers with the best of innovative technologies from new partners like NetDocuments as well as existing partners across the world.”



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