Webinar: Digitise the end-to-end NDA workflow without coding

Webinar: Digitise the end-to-end NDA workflow without coding
Webinar: Digitise the end-to-end NDA workflow without coding

Date: 27 April 2021

Time: 15:00 BST, 11:00 EDT


Using Neota’s no-code platform, you can automate any business workflow without writing a single line of code.

In this webinar, we will show you how companies use Neota to digitise a common business process: the humble NDA. Not just drafting the NDA, but reviewing it, approving it, negotiating it, signing it and storing it. We’ll also showcase some of our new integration templates, allowing you connect your applications with other tools (like DocuSign, Box or Sharepoint) in a matter of minutes.


Presenter: Shaz Aziz, Director of Markets & Growth, EMEA

Shaz leads Neota Logic’s growth function in Europe. As a recovering corporate lawyer, Shaz is keenly aware of the potential for automation within the legal industry. While it is too late for him, he wants to make sure we can improve the quality and consistency of legal services – not only for future generations of lawyers, but for the wider public.


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