TLOMA Today: Why the digital file has finally become a realistic proposition, and why that matters.

The paperless office is a concept that’s been talked about for more than four decades – yet for most of that time, let’s face it, it’s been a mythical Nirvana. Click here to read Tikit’s Virginio Basile’s article in TLOMA Today where he explains why we finally have the technology to turn it into a […]

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Choosy Customers

Adrian Jones, product and development director at Tikit, explains the dramatic changes taking place in how consumers select legal service providers. The recent Legal Services Consumer Panel report (carried out by YouGov) has found some dramatic shifts between 2011 and 2019 in how consumers go about choosing legal services. Most notably, younger people are much […]

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TR Forefront: How to really measure timekeeping performance (like they do on top gear).

Revenue has historically been used as the metric for measuring timekeeping performance. In this article Nick Jenner points out that actually makes no sense, and advocates an altogether more effective approach. Click here to read the full article. 

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Legal Abacus: How the right technology can aid compliance

Most of us have heard plenty about the changes to the SRA Standards and Regulations that are due to come in to effect on the 25 November, but do you know how technology can ease the burden of meeting these obligations? Read Sophie Ramsden’s (Product Manager, Tikit) to find out how the right technology can […]

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AIT Portrait magazine: Should accountancy firms now be investing in a modern, cloud-based Electronic Content Management System?

Do accountants need Electronic Content Management Systems (ECMS)? It’s a question that, sooner or later, every firm is going to have to address. Firms are faced with increasing challenges around the growing volumes of data that they have to store, much of it email, and the necessity to demonstrate convincingly to clients that their data […]

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Setting standards

On 25 November 2019, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) will launch its new regulatory model – but what does this mean for firms? In essence, it will allow solicitors greater flexibility in how they work. It will remove many prescriptive rules and take the burden off law firms, meaning their solicitors have freedom to use […]

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Long standing users of P4W, Gannons Solicitors, on how the practice and case management system has elevated their firm

Legal 500 firm, Gannons Solicitors, are a credible, commercial law firm based in Central London since 2002. They enable small and medium enterprises access to specialist solicitors, matching legal advice to a business’s needs and delivering results. Their solicitors are genuine experts who have the detailed knowledge, knowhow and experience a general law practice doesn’t […]

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Making crime, and civil law, pay for legal aid firms

Karl Veidman, Consultant at Tikit, talks to The Law Society Gazette about how technology can make crime, and civil law, pay for legal aid firms As a former legal aid lawyer, I’m well aware of the pressures. And a big one is that legal aid work simply doesn’t pay. The time taken to process and […]

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Why legal aid firms really need technology

Sophie Ramsden describes why legal aid firms need technology and how it can transform them. As any firm which does legal aid will confirm, the business case for doing this work is under increasing scrutiny. I used to be a practice manager, so I know the issues only too well. For a start, legal aid […]

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