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June 14, 2012 – Based on attendee feedback, we've made a number of improvements to this year's Relativity Fest. For starters, we’ve made it easier to identify the sessions that are relevant to you. You can now build a schedule tailored to your role, experience level, or interest.

Besides session updates, changes to this year's event include the following:

  • Fest is bigger. We expect 500 attendees this year, which means more networking and learning opportunities.
  • You can bring as many people as you want. There is no restriction on the number of attendees from your organization, and Fest can be even more beneficial when groups of colleagues attend together.
  • More labs. We’ll have 110 workstations and 16 more lab sessions this year. We want to make sure you can roll up your sleeves and dig into the software.
  • Better breakouts. Most of this year’s breakout sessions are going to be led by a kCura subject matter expert with a structured agenda and prepared content, with plenty of room for discussion.
  • Fewer panels. We’re limiting our all-attendee panels to only two sessions. This will give you more time for breakouts and labs.
  • More downtime. With fewer all-attendee panels, more opportunities for labs, and more repeating sessions, you’ll be able to take time out during the day to check your BlackBerry and iPhone without worrying about missing critical content.

This year's agenda is focused on delivering tangible content covering Relativity best practices, new features, and creative ways to use Relativity. Topics include Relativity Assisted Review, Relativity as a platform, the Relativity Ecosystem, and Relativity's core functionality, among others.

Early-bird registration ends on July 8, 2012. Register today to save $200.


February 13, 2012 – Save the date for Relativity Fest 2012!

October 22-24, 2012
Chicago, IL
Palmer House Hilton Hotel

Relativity Fest is our annual user conference that features engaging panel discussions, breakout sessions, hands-on labs, tracks based on role and experience, and insights from both kCura staff and Relativity end users — all designed to provide a great Relativity educational experience.

Stay tuned for information on early bird registration. In the meantime, be sure to check out the new video, photos, and reviews.  And for the latest news, subscribe to the Relativity Fest RSS feed or follow @relativityfest on Twitter.


We hope to see you in October!