Tim Kenney joins Enable to lead North America software sales efforts
Updated: Jun 9
UK based software company Enable has announced the hiring of Tim Kenney as Director of Sales. Tim will be focused on expanding the presence of Enable's PitchPerfect and TimePolicyManager products in the North American legal market. Tim has over two decades of experience in the legal technology space, including senior roles with Handshake/Aderant, Legal360 and most recently eSentio Technologies. He has worked with AmLaw 200 firms in software sales, technology implementations, and as a strategic advisor. Prior to this Tim was a practicing attorney.
David Lumsden, Enable CEO comments: “Enable PitchPerfect has enjoyed notable success in the North America legal market and we’re delighted to have someone of Tim’s calibre lead our sales and marketing efforts in North America. He has great relationships in the legal technology space, and years of experience working with some of the largest firms in the world”.
Tim Kenney adds: “I am very excited to be working with my new colleagues and to be promoting their leading business development and finance software solutions. I've known members of the Enable group for many years and am proud to be on this strong team that offer such excellent software to the legal community”.
Enable is a Microsoft Gold Partner, UK based software company focused on providing industry leading automated pitch production software and time recording policy software to law firms and other professional organizations across the world.
PitchPerfect is a leading proposal generation solution that allows distributed business development teams to use approved content for their pitches and proposals. The latest pitch content is seamlessly brought into Microsoft Word and PowerPoint whilst ensuring that brand integrity is maintained.
Enable TimePolicyManager significantly improves recovery rates and income as a result of minimal write down of lost and un-posted time. It increases efficiencies for the revenue management team as it automatically enforces a firm's existing time recording policies.