Tikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law and professional services firms, announced a strategic partnership with Enable, the people behind PitchPerfect.
The partnership sees Tikit and Enable collaborating to help legal and professional services firms transform the way they create, manage and present pitch documents and ultimately win more business.
PitchPerfect delivers high quality first-draft pitch documents quickly and easily. The solution provides a single UI to manage the branding, creative design layout and formatting of a firm’s templates so that their business development teams can focus on more valuable tasks, such as identifying and creating valuable client specific content and formulating winning pitch strategies.
“We have a strong heritage in helping the legal and professional services sector improve their client relationships and communications” explains Gareth Thomas, sales director at Tikit.
“Our experience through our 16 year-long partnership with LexisNexis, and the success of our own Tikit eMarketing software means that we have gained a good understanding of the needs of the business development and sales teams in law firms. PitchPerfect is a natural fit in our portfolio of strategic partnerships, and we strongly believe that law firms will be eager to leverage this software solution to win more business and stand out in an increasingly competitive market place.”
Speaking about the new partnership, Liam Flanagan, CEO at Enable said: “We are really looking forward to working with Tikit. Their experience and expertise of the legal sector and ability to implement and support wide ranging software solutions is unparalleled; and this coupled with our innovative product makes it an ideal partnership.”
Gareth Thomas concluded: “Enable have already enjoyed significant success since the launch of PitchPerfect in September 2013 and the fact that they can already count three of the UK’s top 100 law firms (Speechly Bircham, Olswang and TLT Solicitors) as clients is testament to the strength of this product.”