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Legal professionals get ahead in the cloud

Cloud computing offers many benefits for law firms, legal departments and professional services firms, especially those operating internationally. It provides a secure and centralised means of storing data for access by legal staff wherever they are

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Webinar recording: Your first and last document management system

Tikit is partnered with NetDocuments to offer the leading cloud-based document management system as part of its legal IT portfolio. In this webinar recording Steve Latter from NetDocuments previews just some of the functionality of the cloud-based document management system. Key points to take away: NetDocuments has seen unprecedented growth in the last year – […]

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Fisher Jones Greenwood streamline Legal Aid work with Tikit P4W

Legal Aid processes made simpler for Fisher Jones Greenwood Tikit’s practice and case management system P4W was featured in the October 2016 edition of LPM Magazine. “After government cuts to legal aid, Essex firm Fisher Jones Greenwood automated its processes with Tikit P4W practice and case management. Head of IT, Peter Carr, tells LPM how it […]

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Introduction to FormShare webinar recording

Tikit’s FormShare is a brand new, innovative data capture product.  For more information please click here. This ground breaking tool will allow users to complete PDF forms, such as client inception forms and police station attendance notes, on their mobile device, on or offline. This information is then automatically extracted and added to their P4W database. […]

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Unlocking the benefits of practice and case management tools

An audit of law firms outside the UK Top100 has revealed that most are not making full use of the features of their existing practice and case management solutions that could help them improve efficiency and maintain competitiveness in a fast moving marketplace.

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Maximising the impact of time recording

The relationship has changed between law firms and their clients. Following the 2008 financial crisis, law firm clients are hiring legal operations officers whose main role is to manage the relationship with outside counsel and ensure “value for money”. Clients are rejecting hourly billing and new arrangements such as fixed fees are putting a lot of pressure on law firms. As law firms compete against each other more than ever on the pricing of legal services, it is vital to have an accurate picture of costs, efficiencies and quality. The time recording process is at the heart of capturing the data and using it for competitive advantage.

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A new era of mobility, collaboration & efficiencies within law firms

Individual fee earners are under pressure to collaborate with large corporate clients. The continuing globalisation of business means that clients are demanding seamless services, and legal firms have to collaborate with clients across a number of geographic boundaries. Many top 100 law firms have focused on specialisation, creating narrowly defined practice areas and rewarding professionals for developing their reputation in ever more precise niches. Recently, however, it has become apparent that to achieve competitive advantage, simply accumulating ‘star talent’ – lawyers with distinguished reputations and specialised expertise – is no longer enough. Now the focus is on maximising the productivity of star talent, sharing and integrating their specialised and diverse knowledge with the firm’s knowledge systems.

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Webinar Recording: Is Your Law Firm Secure?

Discover how technology can help your law firm be more agile and mobile,whilst ensuring security is never compromised.  Watch a recording of this recent webinar below. HP and Microsoft join forces for this exclusive webinar: ‘Enhance your firm’s mobile productivity whilst protecting your data’ What was covered? How HP’s mobility strategy can enhance productivity in […]

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Whitepaper: Boosting agility and efficiencies through technology and soft skills

Executive summary   A combination of internal pressures and external factors is driving wholesale change in the legal services market. By 2020, innovative practitioners will have harnessed advancements in technology to address emerging market opportunities, fundamentally redefining the legal function. Innovative law firms will drive a transformation of the services they offer and the way they deliver them. Whilst this evolution takes place […]

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