Neota invites their valued customers, partners and anyone with an interest in Neota and the LegalTech space, to a chance to network and learn from each other, as well as the Neota team at their Neota Network (N²) event in Singapore on Thursday 19th March.


Neota aims to unite their customers, partners and professionals across all industries. They want to facilitate learning from thought leaders who are working with advanced technology. Those who are using it on a daily basis as well as those who are searching for the right solution to solve issues in the business.

For more information or to RSVP please see Neota’s event announcement


3.00 – 3.20: Arrival, Registration & Refreshments

3.20 – 3.25: Opening Remarks

Julian Uebergang, MD, APAC at Neota Logic

3.25 – 3.45: The Value of self-service apps through no-code development

Mark Tyndall, VP, Markets & Growth, APAC at Neota Logic

3.45 – 4.05: Business Central: Innovation as a Service

Simon Stewart, Transformation Program Director at The University of Melbourne

4.05 – 4.25: Overcoming the more for less challenge

Sheldon Renkema, General Manager, Legal, at Wesfarmers

4.25 – 4.45: Successful implementation of Neota Logic

Speaker TBC

4.45 – 5.00: Legal Design – A process for success

Paul Doolan, CS Manager, APAC at Neota Logic

5.00 – 5.15: Neota Logic Platform Updates

Dominique Simsion, Director of Consulting & Solutions APAC 

5.15 – 5.30: Neota Logic 2020 Product Roadmap

Julian Uebergang, MD, APAC at Neota Logic

5.30 – 6.30: Drinks & Canapes

What will you gain from attending?

  • Neota use cases from existing customers
  • An advanced look at Neota’s roadmap
  • Industry insight
  • Network with your industry peers
  • Interact with Neota experts

Date: Thursday 19th March 2020

Time: 3.00 pm – 5.30 pm, followed by drinks until 6.30pm

Venue: Park Regis Singapore, 23 Merchant Rd, Singapore 058268

For more information or to RSVP please see Neota’s event announcement

Posted by Asia Law Portal

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