New York, NY (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Neota Logic Inc., creators of the leading expert system software for legal process applications, today announced that Betsy Braham has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer.
Braham most recently served as Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer of Epiq Systems, Inc., a global provider of electronic discovery and other legal solutions. At Epiq, Braham was a principal leader at the company which grew fifteen-fold to $439 million during her twelve-year tenure.
On the Neota Logic management team, Braham joins Neota Logic co-founders Michael Mills, President & Chief Strategy Officer; John Lord, Chairman; and Fred Parnon, Director of Professional Services.
“We are delighted to have Betsy aboard as Neota Logic grows,” said Mills. “Her deep expertise in management and finance is uniquely coupled with frontline experience helping global companies and law firms to apply technology and process innovation to the delivery of legal services.”
In Neota Logic news over recent months, the company: collaborated with the world's largest employment and labor law firm, Littler Mendelson, to develop a web-based "pay or play" tool called the, Healthcare Reform Advisor; anchored development of SeyfarthLean Consulting’s DragonDisclosure system for crowdfunding; been engaged to develop an interactive portal for New Mexico legal aid in a project funded by the Legal Services Corporation; collaborated with Georgetown University Law Center on three semester-long courses in which students build Neota Logic applications serving the public interest; partnered with the Australian law firm Plexus; and released Version 7.0 of Neota Logic Server.
About Neota Logic Inc.
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Neota Logic is the creator of Neota Logic Server, a unique expert systems platform combining hybrid reasoning, document automation and process control in a single system enabling complex applications to be built, maintained and deployed by people who are not programmers. Neota Logic applications reduce risk, reduce cost, increase efficiency and ensure compliance for Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions and law firms.