COMtrac is delighted to be named as a platinum sponsor for Tech in Gov. The conference will be held at the National Convention Centre on the 10th and 11th of August. COMtrac’s Founder and CEO, Craig Doran, said:
“We’re delighted to be sponsoring an event that unites industry leaders across ICT, business and government sectors. I’m looking forward to presenting on the innovation and efficiencies of digital briefs of evidence.”
Craig will present “It’s not a pandemic but it’s global” on the second day of the conference.
He will share industry knowledge and insights into the impact of COVID-19 on the global transition from paper-based to virtual courts, the growing importance of clarity over investigation workflows and how government agencies can deliver high-quality digital briefs of evidence.
“We look forward to sharing the innovations we’ve brought to the government sector, but just as significantly, we look forward to hearing about the latest innovations from our peers,” he added.
The team at COMtrac will be sharing exclusive updates throughout the event. To keep up-to-date about the latest news, industry insights and company updates, make sure you are following COMtrac on LinkedIn.
If you are attending, come and say hello to the team, and check out our interactive exhibit. The team will demo COMtrac’s investigation, evidence and brief management software and the latest cutting-edge developments.
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