Neota Logic’s Andrew Shimek to Speak on AI at Legal Procurement Conference on September 6th

Neota Logic’s Andrew Shimek to Speak on AI at Legal Procurement Conference on September 6th

New York, NY – September 4, 2017 –Neota Logic’s President and COO, Andrew Shimek is speaking on “Information – Knowledge – Action. Technology Tips to Make Legal Information Practical” at the annual North America Legal Procurement Conference, Legal Market Intelligence, in New York City on September 6th.

The conference, organized by the Buying Legal Council, provides educational sessions on topics affecting the legal procurement and operations community. This year the meeting will focus on legal market intelligence, i.e. collecting and analyzing information to foster informed decision making.

Shimek’s talk will cover criteria for successful AI projects, and applying AI to contract  automation and analytics. “The legal procurement and legal operations teams for companies and law firms play an important role in leading the way forward for legal services delivery,” said Shimek. “We’re happy to be part of the dialogue this group is having this week on putting technology to work to better access and leverage legal market intelligence.”

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