Tikit Carpe Diem expands mobile offering to iPhone and iPad

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15 August 2011


Legal Futures Associate Tikit Group has launched Tikit Carpe Diem Mobile for iPhone and iPad devices.

Integration of the new mobile platform will be available for both Carpe Diem Classic and Carpe Diem Enterprise.

The proliferation of consumer technologies has engaged the modern professional on a personal level like never before. In fact, lawyers are delivering to the firm technology they have adopted in their personal lives and challenging the firm to step up and leverage it into their business day.

It is for this reason that Tikit is extending its Carpe Diem Mobile offering to the now ubiquitous Apple platform comprised of iPhone and iPad devices.

Carpe Diem Mobile for iPhone and iPad has been designed from the ground up as a native device application conforming to the standard iPhone and iPad interface specification. This means users can quickly embrace the application with minimal training.

More importantly, Tikit is delivering to the market independent applications specifically designed for each of the iPad and iPhone platform interface capabilities.

Carpe Diem Mobile for iPhone and iPad functionality resembles very much current functionality on Tikit’s other mobile device platforms, but with the addition of “Smart Timers”.

“It was important for Tikit to assess the opportunity of the Apple device platforms with regard to timekeeping, and the result was the introduction of Smart Timers as of the initial release,” says Peter Zver, product manager for Tikit’s Timekeeping product line. “The iPhone and iPad platforms are market leaders in the touch tap and scroll interface behaviors, and Smart Timers offered a perfect fit for efficient tracking either at the desktop or away from the office.

“We see the launch of Carpe Diem for iPad as the start for Tikit in further exploring tablet technologies, (including Blackberry Playbook and Android-based devices) for timekeeping purposes.”

Tikit Carpe Diem Mobile for iPhone and iPad is available in the UK as well as North American, continental European and the Australian markets through Tikit subsidiaries and channel partners. Tikit Carpe Diem Mobile for iPhone and iPad will also be showcased at ILTA in Nashville, United States, this month.



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