Neota is sponsoring the Alternative In House Technology Summit 2019

Neota is sponsoring the Alternative In House Technology Summit 2019
Neota is sponsoring the Alternative In House Technology Summit 2019

Neota Logic, creators of the world’s leading platform to capture and automate expertise, is pleased to announce they are sponsoring the Alternative In House Technology Summit on the 13th and 14th February, Windsor.

Every legal department should manage to have a disciplined, efficient and effective legal function. But how do legal departments achieve this in practice?

Automating your bespoke legal processes in Neota can be part of the solution.

Neota allows legal operations teams to build, or have built for them, bespoke applications and turn in-house legal expertise into efficient online services.

Build applications in Neota that automate your bespoke legal & compliance processes or allow us to connect you with law firms who have built applications, for your benefit, in the Neota platform.

Online services such as new legal request portals, case intake and assessment tools, fact analysis and self-service advice systems, case routing and document automation can all be built, without the need for programmers, to reduce cost and improve the accuracy and speed of business decisions.

Talk to our experts and see a live demonstration at our stand and learn how Neota can benefit your legal department.

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