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Tikit in business intelligence initiative

Tikit has announcde a new strategic partnership with QlikTech, a provider of user-driven business intelligence. QlikTech's Business Discovery solution, based on their QlikView product, bridges the gap between traditional business intelligence solutions and standalone office productivity applications, offering an intuitive user-driven analysis that can be implemented in days or weeks rather than months, years, or not at all.

“We are very excited about this new partnership with QlikTech,” said David Lumsden, CEO, Tikit. “The new joint offering will provide our clients with a cost-effective, easy-to-use business intelligence solution that delivers real value and insight into areas of the business that have been for the most part hidden from view.  In the current financial climate, access to this type of information could prove invaluable to the future success of a law firm.”

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“We are very excited about this new partnership with [Insert Name of any non-LexisNexis Co. Here]”

Would [Insert Name of any non-LexisNexis Co. Here] be CRM4Legal?

[Insert Name of any non-LexisNexis Co. Here] in all probability = Microsoft Dynamics CRM. What's the bet that the sales line will be “the logical upgrade from those 'legacy' CRM packages which leverages your existing investment in Microsoft technologies”?

Tikit's 2010 annual report is a feast of fascinating information, not least this: “We are working with Microsoft to launch an alternative CRM product based upon the Microsoft Dynamics platform”. So that's clear then.

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