Andrew Sieja Welcomes Attendees to Relativity Fest 2014

by Greg Houston on October 13, 2014

Legal & Industry Education

Yesterday, we kicked off our fifth-annual user conference, Relativity Fest. Spanning three full days, the conference gives customers the chance to dive into educational sessions and hands-on labs, validate their expertise with certification exams, and connect with peers from across the globe.

Our founder and CEO, Andrew Sieja, personally welcomed more than 1,100 attendees to the show. His welcome note sums up what we’ve been looking forward to for the past 12 months.

Hi Relativity Fest Attendees,

Welcome to our fifth-annual Relativity Fest, our biggest yet. Nearly 1,100 of you have traveled to Chicago from across the globe, and we're excited to have you. We hope you're looking forward to the next few days as much as we are.

This year's conference provides even more opportunities to learn, meet new people, and have fun. We've programmed 173 sessions, including six hands-on workshops, 23 opportunities to earn your RCA or specialist certification, and new self-guided labs that take you through the entire EDRM in Relativity. This is something I'm personally really excited about, because not only will you have an opportunity to get hands on with our latest release this week, but you'll also be able to log in to the lab after you leave the show.

To further focus on you — our users—we've tailored the show content around your roles. In doing so, we built almost 50 brand new sessions, including an information governance boot camp. You'll hear from more guest speakers this year, such as SQL expert Brent Ozar, New York Times bestselling author Shawn Achor, and a panel of federal judges. Beyond these educational opportunities, we think of Relativity Fest as a way to express our gratitude to our community, so please also be our guest for the fun social events we have planned each evening.
Our team will be on hand throughout the show to share ideas and best practices for getting the most out of Relativity. If you have any questions or would like to chat, just flag us down. Nothing inspires us more than hearing from you face-to-face, so don't hold back. We want to know what we're doing well and where we can improve. You can also give us feedback about any session you attend—and the conference as a whole—through surveys we'll be sending out during and after the show.
Again, welcome to Chicago and welcome to Relativity Fest! I look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning at the opening keynote and telling you all about our latest release—Relativity 9.

See you then,

Andrew Sieja

Founder & CEO

For more information about Relativity Fest, visit our website or follow us on Twitter.



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