Neota Logic Expands Executive Management Team

Neota Logic Expands Executive Management Team

Leading expert system software platform appoints President

Neota Logic, global provider of a leading innovative expert system software platform, today announced that Matthew Gillis, a seasoned technology and professional services executive, has joined the company as President.

Gillis comes to Neota Logic from Lexis Nexis, where he managed the portfolio of litigation workflow software and services solutions as Vice President, Managing Director–Litigation Tools & Professional Services. He served earlier as Vice President–Field Service Operations, for CT Tymetrix, the leading Enterprise Legal Management system for corporate law departments, and practiced in the law department of United Technologies.

“We are delighted to have Matt aboard as Neota Logic grows,” said co-founder Michael Mills. “His expertise in technology sales and operations is uniquely coupled with frontline experience in applying technology and process innovation.”

On the Neota Logic management team, Gillis joins Neota Logic co-founders Mills, John Lord and Fred Parnon and chief executive officer Elizabeth Braham.

Commenting on his appointment, Gillis said, “I am excited to join the Neota Logic team and look forward to building upon the momentum and driving expansion of the software platform more broadly.”


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