This Thursday, October 28th, the Houston Chapter of ACEDS will be conducting a FREE virtual Technology Showcase and Trivia Contest from 12:00pm CT to 1:30pm CT. It should be a fun and interactive event showcasing some of the leading eDiscovery technologies in the industry followed by some competitive and fun trivia contests! Here’s what you need to know.
There will be two 30-minute sessions in the Technology Showcase and Trivia Contest – at 12:00pm CT and 12:30pm CT – with two providers in each session, so you can pick the technology that you wish to see at each time. That will be followed by a trivia contest, which will be conducted over the last 30 minutes, with prizes to be awarded to the winners!
The provider participants that will be showcasing their technology are as follows:
At each time slot, you can pick the provider you wish to see. When we get closer to the event, registrants will receive a link to attend the sessions for the providers they selected. This will give you a chance to see in-depth demonstrations of two terrific eDiscovery technology solutions!
The technology showcase sessions will be followed by the trivia contest which will be an online contest that is expected to test a combination of your eDiscovery and general trivia knowledge! And there will be significant prizes awarded for the top five finishers in the trivia contest, including a standard CEDS certification package worth $1,495 and other prizes worth up to $200!
Thanks to all the providers for agreeing to participate in this event! And thanks to ACEDS and the ACEDS Houston chapter (of which I’m a board member) for conducting the event!
To register, click here! It’s FREE to attend, of course. This is not just another webinar – it’s a chance to see some terrific eDiscovery technology, have some fun and (maybe) win a terrific prize! Hope to see you there!
So, what do you think? Interested in learning about terrific eDiscovery solutions and like to play trivia games? Then, join us at the ACEDS Houston Technology Showcase and Trivia Contest! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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