Neota Logic to Participate in The Financial Review Client Choice Awards 2018

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Neota Logic to Participate in The Financial Review Client Choice Awards 2018

Melbourne, March 7, 2018 –Neota Logic, creators of the leading artificial intelligence (AI)-driven platform for the intelligent automation of expertise, documents, and business processes, are sponsoring The Financial Review Client Choice Awards 2018 in Melbourne, Australia on March 14, 2018.

Neota Logic will be represented by Brad Rosairo, Vice President, Business Development APAC and Jackson Liu, Director, Client Solutions & Engagement. Brad will be presenting The Best Law Firm awards.

The Client Choice Awards for firms have been the most prestigious awards event for professional services firms in Australia since 2005.

The survey research for the Client Choice Awards is conducted by beatonsbenchmarks.  Beaton gather responses from actual buyers and users of professional services, including business owners, chief executives, chief financial officers, senior public and private sector line managers, in-house professional specialists, purchasing professionals, and a range of other buyers of professional services. Respondents are asked to rate the firms’ brands and performance in delivering services on a range of criteria including quality, value for money, price, and innovation.

Rankings are generated solely from independent assessment of the clients’ ratings; there is no judging panel. Selection of Winners is an analytical process based on clients’ – not judges’ – quantified opinions.


Additional information on the event can here.

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