Coodes and Herrington Carmichael choose Tikit to supply practice and case management solutions

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22 January 2018


TikitTikit, a global provider of technology solutions to legal firms, today announced that Coodes and Herington Carmichael have chosen Tikit P4W as their practice and case management system in two six figure deals.

Cornwall based Coodes LLP have signed up for a 170 user P4W system to drive efficiency. Colin Hunter, Partner at the firm said: “In speaking with Tikit we felt they offered a very impressive, consultative approach to our requirements which reassured us that the project would be well-managed from start to finish. This was backed up by our visit to the Tikit P4W London User Group meeting where it was apparent that we would be joining a very positive and dynamic group of client firms. During our discussions with Tikit it became clear that we were investing in a system that will provide us not just with the functionality we need today, but also the longevity.”

Surrey based Legal 500 firm Herrington Carmichael wanted a comprehensive replacement practice and case management system for their 100+ staff.  Gerald Ingram, Finance Partner at the firm said “Tikit P4W was rapidly the front runner.  The system offered us exactly the sort of scalability a fast growing firm like Herrington Carmichael needs.  Its impressive functionality and great reference sites made the decision to switch very easy indeed.”

Reflecting on the latest in a series of P4W wins, Richard Higgs, Tikit Sales Director, comments “It’s great to start 2018 by welcoming two more firms to the Tikit P4W family.  Last year we saw record numbers of firms signing up to our practice and case management system.  That trend is only set to continue as we enter2018.  It’s great to see P4W being a top choice for law firms all over the UK.”

For more information about P4W, please email enquiries@tikit.com



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