Southerns Solicitors invest in Partner for Windows as part of their overall IT Strategy

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14 September 2012


TikitTFB is pleased to announce that Southerns Solicitors has made a significant investment in Partner for Windows as part of an overall project to provide a high quality IT infrastructure throughout the practice.

With five offices, Southerns Solicitors is one of the leading firms of solicitors in Lancashire and has built a strong reputation founded on providing excellent service and advice to clients.

Southerns Solicitors’ investment in Partner for Windows represents one of a series of major projects the firm has initiated to ensure they have a high quality IT infrastructure in place and having the right practice and case management system is a key element in enabling this throughout the practice.

TikitTFB’s Partner for Windows is a comprehensive practice and case management system including accounting, both case and document management, time recording and billing which together form a complete system to meet the back and front office requirements of a modern legal services organisation. It is a functionally rich, powerful, yet simple to use document and matter management tool that can be implemented practice-wide, no matter what the legal discipline, using familiar Microsoft applications.

Neil Cronin, Partner of Southerns Solicitors, commented “The move to Partner for Windows will significantly improve the way the practice is run, giving us better control  of day to day activities such as AML, bill production and approval, cheque requests and data integrity. Our current system limits us; therefore, by moving to Partner for Windows, we will reduce the time taken to manage all of our administration tasks; particularly in the significant amount of LSC work we do”.

“We are delighted that Southerns Solicitors have chosen Partner for Windows and are delighted to be part of the overall project,” commented Richard Higgs, Sales Director, TikitTFB. “We are confident that Partner for Windows will enable Southerns Solicitors to increase operational efficiency whilst ensuring that they continue to provide their clients with the highest level of service and advice.”



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