Tikit and QlikTech offer new approach to business intelligence solutions

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21 March 2011


Legal Futures Associate Tikit, a leading independent provider of IT consultancy, services and software to law and accounting firms, has announced a new strategic partnership with QlikTech, a leader in user-driven business intelligence.

QlikTech has led the way in finding new approaches to accessing, managing and interacting with data. QlikTech’s Business Discovery solution, based on its QlikView product, bridges the gap between traditional business intelligence solutions and standalone office productivity applications. Its ease of use means everyone in an organisation can create insight from information and analysis, allowing every person to do their job in a smarter, faster and more productive way.

With more than 1,000 legal and accountancy clients in the UK, Tikit combines an unmatched understanding of the technology needs of this market with a broad portfolio of solutions including financial and practice management, content management, document production, CRM and infrastructure services.

Together, Tikit and QlikTech bring a new approach to business intelligence for the legal and accountancy markets. The user-friendly Business Discovery platform enables intuitive user-driven analysis that can be implemented in days or weeks rather than months, years, or not at all.

“We are very excited about this new partnership with QlikTech,” says David Lumsden, CEO of Tikit. “The new joint offering will provide our clients with a cost-effective, easy-to-use business intelligence solution that delivers real value and insight into areas of the business that have been for the most part hidden from view. In the current financial climate, access to this type of information could prove invaluable to the future success of a law firm.”

John Campbell, alliances director UK and Ireland at QlikTech, adds: “Tikit is an excellent partner to work with in the professional services sector. Together we can offer valuable industry-specific intelligence which will produce tangible results and a true competitive advantage.”

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