Legal IT Newswire… There will be cake: Keno Kozie celebrates 30th birthday
Keno Kozie Associates, Ltd., a provider of information technology design, service and support to law firms and legal departments,announces the company is celebrating its 30-year anniversary.
The company was founded by Barry Keno and Jay Kozie in 1988 as a very small office in Chicago and has since grown to multiple locations with more than 300 employees. The company focuses on information technology design, service and support for leading law firms. The Keno Kozie team members are experts in law firm technology and offer IT consulting, help desk outsourcing, managed services, eDiscovery consulting and security consulting to hundreds of law firms worldwide. While the company has maintained its headquarters in Chicago, it has also opened additional offices in Washington, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio.
“This is such an amazing milestone for our company,” states Barry Keno, president and co-founder of Keno Kozie. “When we launched in a small office with one computer and borrowed equipment three decades ago, we never dreamed we would have the amazing company we have today. We are very lucky to be able to work with the partners and clients that we do and have a team of experts that allows us to continue to bring the best possible IT support to our law firm clients every day.”
“Keno Kozie has surpassed all expectations we had for the company when we launched it 30 years ago,” shares Jay Kozie, executive vice president and co-founder of Keno Kozie. “In the very beginning we were able to build several good vendor relationships, and many of these relationships still continue today. This is a great industry, and we look forward to continuing to provide the best support possible to our clients and working with our partners and others in the industry to bring the latest technology to firms across the nation.”
For more information on Keno Kozie and to see the company’s timeline of milestones, visit www.kenokozie.com/about-us.
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