No-Code, No-Problem! Building bespoke legal solutions to serve your business.

No-Code, No-Problem! Building bespoke legal solutions to serve your business.
No-Code, No-Problem! Building bespoke legal solutions to serve your business.

Date: 16 March 2021

Time: 12:30 EST, 17:30 GMT



In today’s world, having to manage an exponential increase in demand for legal expertise with scarce experts and limited budgets is becoming an impossible task for many in-house lawyers.

There is a fundamental need to make legal expertise more accessible to the business and to deliver that expertise securely and effectively at the point of need.

Developing digital solutions to solve legal or business problems was once an expensive and inflexible exercise, and usually undertaken at a distance from the intended users of those tools.

But what if you could build a bespoke digital solution according to your team’s needs without having to write a single line of code? What if we tell you that you can, and it’s much easier and more cost-effective than you think?

No matter whether you want to automate processes related to legal operations, contracts, due diligence or compliance, Neota Logic’s no-code development platform enables you to create solutions that replicate the advice of an expert.

In this virtual seminar, we discuss how legal and compliance departments can easily build web-based applications and provide solutions to their daily problems with Neota Logic’s no-code platform.

We also explore our customer’s use of the platform and the benefits from insights they have gained by automating their workflows.

The event is tailored to the needs of modern Corporate Legal Departments


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