kCura leading by example – bringing the national tech community to Chicago
Let’s hear it for kCura! Starting this Monday, kCura will be hosting its annual user conference - Relativity Fest - in Chicago. If you don’t know kCura you should. A fast growing technology company in Chicago – employing 100s – the company has taken the eDiscovery software mark by storm. Clients include leading consulting and law firms.
They are a great example of the types of companies that Chicago is the best at building.
What’s even more interesting is that they are bringing their user base to Chicago They’ll have 1,100 folks coming in from across the world, learning, exchanging ideas, networking, listening to Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and more.. Andrew Sieja, the CEO, will also be giving a huge keynote the morning of Monday, October 13 and we can expect some big announcements.
All this activity is great for Chicago and kCura is really leading by example about what it means to be a leader in tech in Chicago. It’s a great chance for all of us to get behind them and showcase what Chicago tech is all about to people from all over the country. So if you see people out an about on the streets this week carrying kCura or Relativity bags – be sure to welcome them. I know I will.