Tikit continues to grow its sales team

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15 December 2016


A part_ofTikit continues to expand its sales function with the appointment of former BigHand employee Bijan Azar.  Azar has significant experience in the technology industry with his last role being at BigHand.

“I’m excited to be joining Tikit” said Azar. “It’s a very well respected company in the legal technology industry and I look forward to bringing my previous knowledge to this new role.”

Azar’s appointment is part of a wider business strategy that aims to place Tikit as the preferred IT partner for law firms.  The strategy will focus on highlighting the benefits of the broad portfolio of Tikit IP and complementary partner solutions, whilst demonstrating a commitment to excellent customer service.  Richard Higgs, Sales Director at Tikit, said that Azar’s appointment is about “making sure those relationships we currently have with firms are kept strong but also building new ones with firms across the northern parts of the UK”.

Bijan will be joining Tikit as Account Manager and will be working with Tikit’s mid-sized law firm clients and prospective clients across the north east of England.  His primary focus will be helping clients derive maximum value from Partner for Windows (P4W), Tikit’s flagship practice and case management product.



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