Tikit wins “Mimecast Legal Partner of the Year 2011” award

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17 June 2011


Legal Futures Associate Tikit, the leading independent IT solutions provider for the legal and accountancy sectors, has been named “Legal Partner of the Year” at the recent Mimecast Partner Awards.

The event, held on 26 May, brought together Mimecast’s leading partners from across Europe. The award validates the strength of the Tikit and Mimecast partnership and the joint commitment to providing clients with leading cloud-based e-mail archiving, continuity and security solutions.

Tikit was commended on its ability to work with Mimecast to recruit new customers and increase visibility of the joint proposition in the legal sector. The success of the partnership is further demonstrated by a number of recent key legal client wins, such as McGrigors, Lawrence Graham, Penningtons Solicitors and Foot Anstey.  

Accepting the award for Tikit, account manager James Connor said: “Mimecast has been a key Tikit partner for over three years and we are delighted to accept this award. It clearly demonstrates the strength of our partnership and our joint commitment to offering excellent email management solutions to our clients in the legal sector.”


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