Chicago (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
Keno Kozie Associates, Ltd., a leading provider of information technology design, service and support to law firms and legal departments, today announces that the company will be showcasing its IT expertise at the ALA Annual Conference & Exposition, April 14-17, 2013, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, Maryland.
Company representatives will be on-site at booth #429 to talk about why law firms across America are making Keno Kozie their IT partner of choice. Keno Kozie can help law firms with:
“We look forward to our attendance at the ALA Annual Conference,” states Barry Keno, president and founder of Keno Kozie. “We enjoy networking and spending time with the attendees at this event every year and look forward to many great conversations at the 2013 event.”
In addition to exhibiting, the company will be hosting an exclusive, invitation-only cocktail reception on Monday, April 15. If you are interested in attending and did not receive an invitation, please contact kkahn(at)kenokozie(dot)com.
Keno Kozie specializes in working with senior members of law firm management on the provision of support services and the application of technology within the law firm to ensure the most effective IT environment for the firm’s professionals and support staff. Hundreds of law firms have entrusted their reputation and business to Keno Kozie’s team of IT experts with their more than 25 years of institutional experience.
About Keno Kozie
Keno Kozie Associates, Ltd. has been providing information technology design, service and support to leading law firms and legal departments since 1988. Hundreds of firms have chosen Keno Kozie to provide IT consulting, systems integration, advanced application integration, 24/7 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. http://www.kenokozie.com
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