CT Summation are back and ready to work, work, work it
Tom Rump, is the new VP of Litigation Solutions at CT Summation, formerly Summation who are litigation support software, which is now owned by Wolters Kluwer a $3.4 billion publishing company who have many other software companies under their vast corporate workflow umbrella. Set for a big launch in the UK aimed at the legal and insurance markets, Ranji Ragbeer is another member of Team Summation and he comes with quite a pedigree. Former Chief Executive of Tripoint, an invoicing and matter management software company, also bought out by Wolters Kluwer, he founded and ran a sixty person company. His contracts that include the likes of BP and fifty Fortune 100 companies had offices in India and the UK.
Leveraging the whole group, which is substantial and consists of thirteen sister companies, 1000 staff in the UK and a network of fifteen thousand law firms, via CT Tymetrix, CT Summation have already swayed Clifford Chance and Herbert Smith to their way of thinking. With key objectives to sign up resellers and to push strongly into Europe leveraging from their mothership HQ Amsterdam presence, Scandinavia is also in their sights. Other brands to be rolled out with CT Summation include ebilling and performance software app’ CT Tymetrix. Keen not to over Americanise the offering, especially for the UK market, Ranji promises that CT Summation has come a long way and has had a significant period of development and expansion. “Clients are looking for reliability and customer intimacy and that is something we can deliver.” He says.