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The Changing Role of the Client in Driving Innovation

London, 28th January, 2019 – Tikit, a global provider of technology solutions to legal firms, today announced that P4W, their practice and case management solution, has had a record year so far, welcoming Bennett Griffin, Griffith Smith and Mundays last month.

Bennett Griffin are a progressive Sussex based law firm. They have a strong regional reputation for providing specialist expertise to Owner Managed Businesses and individuals who value proactive and joined up legal, financial and care planning. Kate Hallin, Managing Partner, and Ian Macara, Senior Partner, led the project with experienced in-house IT Director, Liam Young. Kate commented “after our initial research, Tikit P4W quickly became the front runner as we shortlisted our potential solutions for our new integrated Practice, Case Management and Accounts platform”. Ian added that “the flexibility and integration will be key to enabling our talented team of lawyers to provide their client centred service more quickly and effectively.”

Legal 500 firm, Griffith Smith, combine the tradition and reliability of a long-established, highly professional service with a friendly, pro-active team of experts. Nadia Cowdrey, LLP Partner from the firm, says “We needed a system that could help us drive productivity and streamline our business; P4W does just that. Everyone here is looking forward to utilising the system and using it to provide the best possible service to our clients.”

Surrey based Mundays will be implementing P4W alongside Tikit’s integration with NetDocuments. They featured further in our recent press release which you can read here.

Richard Higgs, Sales Director at Tikit, says “2018 was another great year for P4W. Over the past few years we’ve seen a huge increase in demand for the system and clients continue to be impressed by the flexibility and scalability of the platform. We look forward to welcoming more new clients to the P4W family in 2019.”

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