The TikitTFB User Association has had a record-breaking start to the 2011 series of local user group meetings, with 51 delegates attending the London meeting last week and 60 people attending the northern meeting in Leeds on Tuesday.
The events conclude the first half of four regional events following the highly successful two-day national user conference at the end of 2010 organised by the Legal Futures Associate.
Ron Voden, CEO of Heringtons Solicitors and both London and national user group chairman said: “The local meetings play such an important role in providing face-to-face contact with fellow users and TikitTFB. It’s vital that as users, we have the ability to contribute to the way in which TikitTFB products and services are developed and delivered in the future and such events provide a perfect platform on which to do so.
“I am delighted that we had such as strong attendance this year and it really shows that firms are becoming more interested in the way IT can be used to deliver greater savings and sources of competitive advantage as we move towards the significant changes that will affect the profession this year.”
Simon Hill, managing director of TikitTFB, adds: “Since establishing the TikitTFB User Group over 10 years ago, it has led the way in terms of providing clients with both regional and national events that provide an excellent platform for highly productive seminars and feedback to the management team. Clients make a very positive and valued contribution to our product roadmaps.”
The response to the London and northern meetings from delegates has been hugely positive, with 99% of delegates rating the meeting overall as either ‘good’ or ‘very good’ and 100% stating they would recommend the meetings to other users.
Popular elements of the meetings so far include the ‘latest features and functionality’ overview and the user breakout discussion forums, which allows users to share ideas and experiences according to their areas of expertise.
The series of local meetings continues with the south-west and Wales meeting at the Mercure Holland House Hotel in Bristol on 7 June 2011, and in Glasgow at the Restaurant at Blythswood Square on 29 June 2011.
Limited places are still available, so if you are a Partner for Windows user and would like to attend, please contact Emma Rae on firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place.
All information regarding the TikitTFB Local User Group meetings can be found on the Tikit website.