All change at the top for Tikit

KC0_1077crpTikit just announced that Katherine Ainley, currently director of Client Services and Transformation at Tikit will succeed Tim Springham, as CEO when he retires on December 31, 2014. Katherine joined Tikit earlier this year as the director of Client Services and Transformation. She has been with BT for seven years, in which time she has held various leadership roles in general management, strategy, and business improvement. She was also the CEO of BT Payphones, responsible for running the payphone business across the UK. Before joining BT, Katherine worked at Lloyds TSB. She originally started her career as a management consultant at Ernst & Young. Katherine said: “I’m very excited to be taking on the role of CEO in Tikit. It’s a great business, and I’m looking forward to building on the successes of the last few years, and growing Tikit further.”
Tim Springham has been the CEO of Tikit since BT acquired the business in January 2012, leading the integration; bringing the business and people into BT, incorporating the BT networks and communications products into Tikit alongside existing software products. He has been with BT since 2003, and has held various leadership roles in sales and operations management. Jamie Ford, managing director, BT Business, said: “Tim and his team have been very successful in these last two years – major law firms are seeing the advantage of signing up with Tikit not only for software applications and services, but also for the networked IT solutions and core communication products from BT.”