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Acrowire, LLC

June 25, 2015 08:00 ET

Acrowire's President Makes the Shortlist to Win Prestigious ILTA Award

CHARLOTTE, NC--(Marketwired - June 25, 2015) - Ted Theodoropoulos, Founder and President of Acrowire, has been nominated for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) 2015 Vendor Thought Leader of the Year award, and has been announced by ILTA as a shortlist nominee. The Vendor Thought Leader of the Year award recognizes individual contributions that maximize the value of technology through educational opportunities for ILTA members.

“It is an honor to be a part of ILTA’s Distinguished Peer Awards Program and make the shortlist for this award. I have always enjoyed connecting with the legal community through our ILTA roadshows, published content and Acrowire blog to help firms understand the power behind modern technology and transform operations through customized solutions. Acrowire is being considered among other highly respected and influential firms and I am humbled to be a part of this joint success,” says Ted Theodoropoulos.

The winner of the award will be announced on September 1st, 2015 at the ILTA Conference in Las Vegas.

Learn more about Acrowire’s SharePoint-focused 2015 ILTA roadshows; read recent articles and whitepapers translating new technology for legal solutions; and, stay up-to-date with legal trends and insights at the Acrowire blog.

About Acrowire, LLC

Acrowire delivers custom technology solutions to the legal industry to optimize and transform business operations. Specializing in custom application and SharePoint development, implementation and branding, systems integration, and Six Sigma-based process improvement, Acrowire helps accelerate firm growth and profitability through increased productivity. Their process-driven solutions create business impact by aligning people and technology to more efficiently achieve business vision and objectives. For additional information, please call 800.489.ACRO or email info@acrowire.com.

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