New Quadrant Partners chooses Tikit ClientConnect as CRM solution

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13 September 2011


New Quadrant Partners LLP, a highly respected and award-winning London-based law firm with an international reputation for helping clients with a range of private client legal services, has selected Legal Futures Associate Tikit’s new legal customer relationship management solution, Tikit ClientConnect, to manage and enhance its client relationship processes.

Tikit ClientConnect integrates seamlessly with Tikit’s practice management solution Partner for Windows, which is already used by New Quadrant Partners. As a result the firm will be able to effectively manage its full client and contact database, and be up and running quickly as implementation is expected to take less than a week.

The fact that Tikit ClientConnect is built entirely in Microsoft Outlook also reduces the need for lengthy training and ensures greater efficiency as users do not need to switch between multiple applications.

“Tikit ClientConnect offers us a new level of client database management and ensures that we are maximising all engagement opportunities,” said Joan Major, chief executive of New Quadrant Partners. “The fact that it integrates so seamlessly with Partner for Windows made the decision to purchase an easy one. We expect a very straight forward implementation process and will be able to get maximum benefit very quickly.”

“We are delighted that New Quadrant Partners selected Tikit ClientConnect as its preferred CRM solution,” said sales director Richard Higgs. “They are the latest client to purchase this exciting product and, at a time when many law firms are looking at the best ways to manage client data and maximise relationship opportunities, we believe Tikit ClientConnect offers an innovative, cost-effective and easy-to-use alternative to other market solutions.”



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