SOURCE: Innovative Computing Systems

Innovative Computing Systems

August 07, 2013 12:20 ET

Innovative Computing Systems, Inc. to Launch Client Success Program at ILTA Annual Conference

Program Will Provide ICS Clients From Law Firms and Corporate Legal Departments With Quarterly Opportunities to Network and Engage in Strategic IT Planning Exercises

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 7, 2013) - Innovative Computing Systems, Inc. (ICS), a leading provider of information technology services to the legal industry, will officially launch its Client Success Program at the ILTA Annual Conference in Las Vegas at a dinner event on Wednesday, August 21st. The program is designed to build community within the extensive ICS client network and provide opportunities for clients to become more actively engaged with each other and ICS.

"Many times in IT short-term needs trump long-term strategy," says Steven Meyers, director of business development at ICS. "The Client Success Program is going to give us a way to more proactively engage in discussions around the strategic vision that our clients have for the future of their IT organizations. We are looking forward to sharing our company strategy with clients, hearing feedback on market needs and trends, and having some fun when the program is launched."

ICS clients interested in participating in this program or attending the dinner at ILTA should email Steve Meyers at smeyers@innovativecomp.com

About Innovative Computing Systems, Inc.

Innovative Computing Systems, Inc. (ICS) has focused exclusively on the technology needs of law firms since 1989. The company services large and midsize firms in California and across the United States and takes a best-of-breed approach to all of its offerings. ICS selects only premier technology partners to provide solutions to its clients and is committed to maintaining long-term strategic relationships with clients to ensure the highest levels of success with IT initiatives. Learn more by visiting www.innovativecomp.com.

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