More firms choose Tikit P4W for practice and case management in what has been a record sales year for Tikit

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23 April 2018


TikitTikit, a global provider of technology solutions to legal firms, today announced ending its financial year with both record numbers of new P4W sites and record sales and looks to continue its success with the addition of two more firms to its P4W client base. Dorset based Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors and Irish law firm Fergus Mullen Solicitor have selected Tikit P4W for practice and case management. 

Tikit works in partnership with Legal IT in Ireland to help law firms in the region drive efficiency in their legal case work. Irish firm Fergus Mullen Solicitor chose Tikit P4W as the system will help them meet and surpass their everyday business challenges. 

Dorset based Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors LLP have signed up for P4W to help them drive productivity in their private, commercial and legal aid work. Adam Green, IT Manager at the firm said, “Tikit P4W quickly became the front runner in our search for a new practice and case management system. We were impressed with its broad functionality and were convinced that it was the system we needed to streamline our business in all areas.”

Reflecting on the latest addition to the Tikit client base, Richard Higgs, Sales Director at Tikit said “we are absolutely delighted to have welcomed record numbers of new clients to the Tikit family this year. Prospective clients are continually impressed with the broad functionality that the P4W system offers both from within the system itself and with the addition of other tightly integrated best-of-breed products. As we head into 2018/19 this trend looks set to continue.”

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