Tikit leads the way as preferred technology provider to biggest law firms in Spain

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27 June 2011


Spanish financial newspaper Expansión has released its annual ranking of the biggest law firms in Spain in terms of revenue, and the top 10 practices are all Tikit clients.

Expansión is Spain’s leading financial newspaper, having established a partnership with the Financial Times. The ranking has been published for the last 12 years and reports the most successful law firms, as well as trends and growth in the sector.

The report confirms that Spanish business activity is still recovering from the economic crisis and law firms have been invariably affected by it. Nevertheless, the ranking shows that the sector has grown 4% during the last financial year.

Firms include Garrigues, which appears in first position, followed by Cuatrecasas, Golçalves Pereira and Uría Menéndez. Amongst the top 10 are also the legal arms of the “Big Four” accountancy firms: PwC, KPMG, Deloitte and Ernst & Young.

“This report provides further evidence of Tikit’s position as a technology leader and key provider to Spain’s leading professional services firms”, commented Carlos Garcia-Egocheaga, director, Tikit Spain. “It emphasises the fact that we are able to deliver the best solutions and the highest level of service throughout the region during a particularly challenging time for our clients.”


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