Neota Logic Announces Expansion Of The US Business Development Team

Neota Logic Announces Expansion Of The US Business Development Team

Neota Logic, a global provider of leading intelligent software, today announced further expansion of the US business development team with the appointment of Patrick Fuller, a seasoned technology services executive & consultant, as Regional Vice President of Business Development.

Patrick brings extensive experience developing and growing businesses across corporate and legal sectors, most recently as the Director of Legal Analytics for ELM Solutions, a Wolters Kluwer company and prior to that, for Content Pilot, LawVision Group, and Thomson Reuters.

“We are thrilled to have Patrick on the Neota Logic team,” said president Matthew Gillis. “His unique background is a perfect fit for advancing innovative businesses and law firms with their adoption of our technology and providing data driven support to assist those clients in getting the maximum value from the Neota Logic platform.”

Commenting on his appointment, Patrick said, “I am thrilled to be part of such a ground-breaking and fast growing company. The ability to facilitate the use of Artificial Intelligence, Logic, and Reasoning within expert systems in professional organizations presents a unique opportunity to be on the cutting edge of innovation. It will be rewarding to assist companies in selecting technology that will deliver them with the expertise they need to find trusted answers.”


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