Tikit to provide sneak peek of what’s coming up in 2017 at the ILTA Insight legal tech conference!

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15 November 2016


A part_ofTikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law and professional services firms, will be attending the much anticipated ILTA Insight conference in London on November 17.

ILTA Insight is a one-day conference focusing on the future of technology within law firms, and will cover everything form AI and legal tech innovation through to security and user adoption.

Keeping in with this theme of future technology developments, Tikit will be on stand 1 providing attendees with an ‘insight’ into its roadmap for 2017 and beyond. Tikit will also be holding exclusive demos of their range of best of breed award winning software which focuses on:

  • Mobility
  • Security, compliance and governance
  • Cloud

If you are interested in seeing how your firm can employ technology to increase revenue, maximise efficiency, promote collaboration and bring heightened mobility, please visit Tikit on stand 1 at the ILTA Insight Conference on November 17.

For more information on the event CLICK HERE

To contact Tikit directly for more information on their attendance, or the technology they’ll be demonstrating, please CLICK HERE

Giulia Foss, senior marketing executive

giulia.foss@tikit.com

+44 (0)207 400 3822

www.tikit.com



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