Neota Logic’s Innovative Technology Platform Selected to Power the New Akerman Data Law Center

Neota Logic’s Innovative Technology Platform Selected to Power the New Akerman Data Law Center

Neota Logic, provider of a leading expert system software platform for the automation of expertise and business processes, today announced they will provide the technology to power the new Akerman Data Law Center, a dynamic, technology-driven, data privacy and security law service offering for corporate counsel and compliance officers.

The online product built on the Neota Logic platform will deliver fact-driven advice on data privacy and breach notification requirements to corporate compliance officers. The content consists of comprehensive legal research on U.S. state and federal regulations, as well as ongoing updates and regulatory analyses of data privacy and breach reporting requirements.

Neota’s technology allows Akerman to provide a highly efficient solution for data law compliance that can reduce legal fees by more than 80 percent as compared with traditional hourly rate services. This is achieved by combining Akerman’s legal knowledge and analysis with Neota Logic’s AI analysis of the specific questions being asked.

“We are pleased to partner with Akerman in the deployment of this groundbreaking legal information tool, which will transform the way companies manage their data law risks and compliance obligations,” said Matt Gillis, president of Neota Logic. Using the Neota platform, the Akerman Data Law Center will empower in-house legal and compliance departments to quickly and cost-effectively understand everyday compliance matters.

To read the entire press release on Neota Logic powering Akerman’s Data Law Center, CLICK HERE.

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