Leading law firm Gardner Leader LLP chooses TikitTFB Partner for Windows

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16 December 2011


Legal Futures Associate TikitTFB is pleased to announce that leading law firm Gardner Leader LLP is the latest to have made a major investment in TikitTFB’s Partner for Windows practice and case management system, due to go live in the spring of 2012.

As a highly skilled full-service legal practice, Gardner Leader take pride in building long-term relationships with clients so that they understand their requirements and provide the right level of service and support. Having the right internal systems in place is a key element in enabling this.

TikitTFB Partner for Windows provides a very sophisticated, yet easy-to-use financial accounting system called Accounting Partner. Structured around a single database to eliminate duplication, Accounting Partner has everything a law firm requires in order to maintain effective financial, time and matter management control. 

In addition, Partner for Windows is a functionally rich, powerful, yet simple-to-use document and matter management tool that can be implemented practice-wide, no matter what the legal discipline using familiar Microsoft applications.

Derek Rodgers, managing partner of Gardner Leader, said: “After researching various products, we decided to go with Partner for Windows due to its market-leading functionality and ease of use. Not only will this move contribute to further improve our firm’s efficiency and service to clients but after having just undergone a rebrand, we feel the new IT system will complement our aspirations to build a competitive edge.”

“We are delighted that Gardner Leader has chosen Partner for Windows as its practice management solution,” said Richard Higgs, TikitTFB sales director. “At what is a very challenging time for firms across the sector, we believe we offer a flexible, efficient and cost effective solution that in turn offers competitive advantage.”



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