Tikit to showcase at British Legal Technology Forum 2016

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4 February 2016


A part_ofTikit Ltd, one of the largest providers of technology and communication solutions to law firms around the world, today announced its technology line-up for this year’s British Legal Technology Forum on the 8 March 2016.

As the event’s main sponsor, Tikit have a prime exhibitor position located next to the main stage at stand number D1. The Tikit team will be engaging with conference delegates throughout the day.

The focus will be their own IP; time recording application Carpe Diem, powerful marketing automation tool eMarketing, contacts management application Tikit Connect, practice and case management suite Partner for Windows (P4W) and Template management software TMS.

Mark Garnish, development director at Tikit said:

“We are delighted to be the main stage sponsor at the British Legal Technology Forum for the second year. Tikit software is used by law firms of all sizes, all over the world to improve productivity and drive profitability and the BLTF is an excellent event to help us showcase how Tikit software can help firms achieve more.”

Tikit’s award winning Carpe Diem time recording applications will take centre stage. Carpe Diem Next Generation built on HTML 5, Carpe Diem Classic, Carpe Diem Mobile and Carpe Diem TimeFinder will all feature. The software has over 100,000 users worldwide.

Alongside Carpe Diem, Tikit will be showcasing its communications tools Tikit eMarketing, voted no. 1 email marketing application by the world’s leading law firms[1] – and unveiling the latest version of its contacts management application, Tikit Connect.

Tikit Connect is fully integrated with Tikit’s practice and case management system, Partner for Windows (P4W). With over 600 clients and 20,000 users across the UK, P4W is one of the most widely used PMS/ CMS systems in the industry.

Finally, Tikit will also exhibit Tikit TMS which delivers enterprise-level template management to transform non-managed, custom coded templates to an easily manageable level, reducing risk for the firms.

Gareth Tipton, group director, ethics & compliance and COO at BT Legal will be speaking at British Legal Technology Forum on behalf of Tikit. Gareth will be taking the audience through what in-house legal departments will look like in 2020. BT Legal are currently using Tikit’s Partner for Windows. Gareth stated that:

“Tikit Partner for Windows is bringing many new possibilities and driving competitive advantage for both our in-house claims management team and also our ABS law firm, BT Law Ltd.

“We are correspondingly progressing the use of P4W across our shared services commercial unit and other relevant legal disciplines including our employment, litigation and competition teams.

“Ultimately, this will create a single platform to manage our legal caseload and related case documentation, allowing BT Legal to deliver advanced, proficient legal services to our internal customers and meet our external customer requirements in a holistic manner.”

For more information about Tikit’s technology solutions, please visit stand D1 at the British Legal Technology Forum on the 8th March or go to www.tikit.com.

[1] According to the 2014 ILTA survey



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