Neota Logic forms APAC client advisory board

By Tony Zhang|20 May 2020
Neota Logic

Neota Logic, the creators of the “world’s leading” AI automation platform, has formed a new APAC client advisory board, comprising leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region.

The newly launched APAC client advisory board includes Susanna Kipping, head of legal operations, process and automation at Herbert Smith Freehills; Michelle Mahoney, executive director, innovation at King & Wood Mallesons; and Sheldon Renkema, general manager – legal (corporate) at Wesfarmers.

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“I am delighted and hugely privileged to have such an experienced advisory board, Kim Massana, CEO at Neota Logic said.

“The knowledge and experience these industry leaders bring will ensure that we have a thorough understanding of the requirements of our customers so that we can provide the technology that best supports them.

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“We are also looking forward to further announcements, thereby adding greater diversity to inform our strategic direction.”

The newly announced advisory board brings together a multidisciplinary group of respected industry experts who will provide advice and support to help “drive forward Neota’s ambitious growth plans.”

The board will meet in person quarterly to provide in-depth feedback on the development of Neota’s products and services, the overall customer experience and strategic market opportunities. 

Last year, Neota Logic announced the launch of their North American client advisory board and EMEA client advisory board (CAB) with the aim of putting their clients at the heart of their product design thinking.

Recently Neota had also appointed a former BigLaw solicitor as vice-president of markets and growth for the Asia-Pacific division.

Neota Logic forms APAC client advisory board
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