TikitTFB has another outstanding year and closes 2012 with record sales

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29 January 2013


After another outstanding year, TikitTFB tops 2012 after a record fourth quarter, winning 8 new clients for their case and practice management system, Partner for Windows. These include DBS Law in Birmingham, Osbornes in Camden and media law specialist, Russells in London.

In all cases, Partner for Windows was chosen to replace competitive systems which is testament to TikitTFB’s  stated mission to deliver the highest quality integrated IT solutions to the legal profession, using the latest technologies.

Interest in TikitConnect CRM and eMarketing software resulted in seeing an increasing number of orders from Partner for Windows users with Clarkslegal LLP, Gregg Latchams LLP, Rix & Kay Solicitors LLP and Corker Binning signing up in the last quarter. In addition, TikitTFB signed another major TikitConnect new business win, Trethowans who are currently in the process of implementing the Outlook-based TikitConnect solution integrated with their Iris PMS/CMS.

The recently launched WebShare is set to contribute to another year of strong sales growth after three orders from Outset UK Limited, HLW Keeble Hawson and Gregg Latchams LLP. Designed to provide a single portal for the publishing and receipt of definable client data, WebShare enables the data to be automatically captured back into Partner for Windows allowing both parties to share information more effectively.

Richard Higgs, Sales Director, TikitTFB commented “2013 looks set to be another exciting year following a great end to 2012. We already have a number of significant deals in progress and look forward to welcoming new clients as well as enabling existing clients to maximise the return on their investment in Partner for Windows through added functionality.”



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