We have many clients in the Washington, D.C. region and we look forward to having feet-on-the-ground in that area that can support them on a local level.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
Keno Kozie, a leading provider of information technology design, service and support to law firms, today announced the company has opened a Washington, D.C. office location. The office space, located at 1701 K Street, Suite 1025, further supports plans announced at the end of 2012 to expand the company’s East Coast presence.
“We have many clients in the Washington, D.C. region and we look forward to having feet-on-the-ground in that area that can support them on a local level,” stated Barry Keno, president of Keno Kozie. “In addition, we look forward to having our services more accessible to law firms on the East Coast and to many more opportunities and relationships forming as a result of this expanded presence.”
Stacy Fischbach is the Managing Director of the Washington, D.C. office and is focused on supporting the company’s clients in the region and the East Coast as a whole. Joining Fischbach in the Washington, D.C. office is a staff of engineering professionals from the Washington, D.C. area as well as engineering staff transferred from Chicago.
Keno Kozie is headquartered in Chicago and was recently named as the best IT Outsourcing Company in the National Law Journal’s Best of Chicago Readers Rankings which is a reader’s choice ranking of the top legal vendors and law schools in the Chicago area.
About Keno Kozie
Keno Kozie Associates, Ltd. (http://www.kenokozie.com) has been providing information technology design, service and support to leading law firms since 1988. Hundreds of firms have chosen Keno Kozie to provide IT consulting, system integration, advanced application integration, 24X7 help desk support, training and managed services. The company maintains partnerships with many leading software and hardware vendors to provide clients with optimal value and support.
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