Neota Logic excited to be a Platinum Sponsor of CLOC 2018

Neota Logic excited to be a Platinum Sponsor of CLOC 2018
Neota Logic excited to be a Platinum Sponsor of CLOC 2018

Neota Logic, creators of the leading artificial intelligence (AI) platform for the automation of expertise, documents, and business processes, are excited to be a Platinum sponsor of CLOC 2018, April 22nd – April 25th in Las Vegas.

Be sure to stop by Booth 314 anytime during the conference to see an app that automates documents, advice, and workflow,  built on the fly!

We are also excited to host a workshop on Tuesday April 24, 2018. Please join Neota Logic’s Ryan McClead, VP Client Engagement & Strategy and Mike Wong, VP Business Development  along with many of our friends and clients for this interactive and collaborate 90 minute workshop session.

Innovate Before You Automate: A Knowledge Engineering Framework For Your Next Solution

Session Room 7

Through the lens of the CLOC core competencies, we will introduce a framework for accelerated and structured knowledge engineering that facilitates the design of intelligent automation/expert reasoning applications. Following a brief introduction to the toolkit and technology, the session will offer attendees the opportunity to collaborate with their peers in round table discussions – breaking down process and automation challenges into their constituent elements to produce a logic-driven and deployable prototype.

To view the entire CLOC 2018 Agenda click here.

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