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Tikit to Success – Why the Placement Scheme Works for Us

In today’s fast-paced job market it is more important than ever for University graduates to gain valuable, real work experience and practical skills. A placement term is the ideal method of applying these skills in the workplace. But it’s good for employers too.

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Is timekeeping technology the new black? Legal IT Professionals, Sept 2018

Peter Zver (President, Tikit North America), writes for Legal IT Professionals about how time recording has always been a core process in the business of law. Almost as long as there has been timekeeping technology, there have been predictions about the ‘death of billable hours and the need for time recording.’ With more clients demanding […]

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InfoTrack integration with P4W

Tikit announces new InfoTrack integration with its flagship practice and case management system P4W

Tikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law and professional services firms, today announced the new InfoTrack integration with P4W, Tikit’s leading practice and case management application to provide P4W users with award-winning conveyancing services direct from their existing case management system.

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Support Stats August 2017

Support Stats August 2017

Our Support team had a fantastic month in August! The team is led by Miles Osborne and consists of 25 staff, spread across the globe.

This month we’ve also got a handy hint for our Carpe Diem users.

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Workshare integration

Tikit announces expansion of integration of Workshare with its practice and case management software P4W

Tikit announces expansion of the Workshare integration with P4W. This new integration will provide P4W users with superior file sharing capability.

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Making time work for you, PortrAIT, August 2017

Timekeeping data is a hugely valuable asset for accountancy practices, argues Colin McArdle, Tikit’s Senior Account Director for the accountancy sector in EMEA. In this recent article for AIT Portrait, he outlines how such data can make a significant contribution to competitiveness and profitability. Click here to read the full article.  

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Tikit webinar recording: The unexpected consequences of collaboration

Is collaborative working all it’s cracked up to be?  What have we learned from the wider working world and different ways of working? Our webinar shared the latest findings on the future of work and considers how the legal profession can benefit. Lawyers have tended to be conservative adopters of technologies in the workplace. However, the […]

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Josh Race Accounting Technician

Tikit’s Josh Race qualifies as an accounting technician

Josh Race from Fareham’s support team has qualified as an accounting technician. Not only did he pass his final exams but he did so with a Merit.

Josh has been studying at Highbury College in Portsmouth for two evenings a week for the past two years. This is in addition to providing support to Tikit’s P4W clients on accounts issues during the day. Josh is also currently midway through studying for his ILFM Diploma and is on course to complete this in 2018.

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Legal IT Insider: Tikit talk forecasting in Carpe, integration with NetDocuments, and cloud complexities, August 2017

Legal IT Insider caught up with our Chief Operating Officer Simon Hill and Development Director Mark Garnish, who revealed our new two-way integration with NetDocuments; discussed the expense capture and forecasting functionality in the latest version of Carpe Diem; and talked about the complexities involved in truly moving to the cloud. Click here to read the full article

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TR Forefront: Timekeeping’s Role in Workload Management, August 2017

Peter Zver talks to Thomson Reuters Forefront about timekeepings role in workload management. He discusses that time recording has always been an essential aspect of law practice and billing. Now, however, law firms are looking even more closely at the opportunities it presents. Click here to read the full article.    

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