Tikit moves top legal service Carpe Diem onto Microsoft’s Azure cloud
An award-winning program that enables more than 100,000 legal professionals across the world to keep track of the time they have spent helping clients has moved onto Microsoft’s cloud platform.
Tikit, which supplies technology and services to the legal and accounting sectors and is part of BT Group, said moving Carpe Diem onto Azure provides “additional flexibility, cost control and security measures”.
The move comes after demand from legal firms for an internet-based program to log billable hours.
Whitehead Monckton is one of the two law firms already using the cloud-based Carpe Diem. Watch our video to find out more. Whitehead Monckton Video