Neota Logic

Neota Logic is an award winning provider of intelligent software that enables our clients to automate expertise, improving the speed, quality and efficiency of routine decisions. Neota Logic’s easy-to-develop smart applications uniquely combine rules, reasoning, decision management and document automation to scale expertise quickly and cost-effectively. Neota Logic has undertaken to create expert systems for several Am Law 100 firms


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryPractice Management
HeadquartersBoston, MA
Founded2010
Tags expert systems, artificial intelligence, ai
Target MarketCompanies
Business ModelLegal Service Using Tech
Websitehttp://www.neotalogic.com
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