Expert systems pioneer, Neota Logic, has announced an EMEA client advisory board comprising of:
- Stuart Whittle, Business Services & Innovation Director at Weightmans,
- April Brousseau, Head of Innovation & New Business at Simmons & Simmons,
- Peter Van Dam, Chief Digital Officer at Simonsen Vogt Wiig, which is in Norway,
- Marc-Henri Chamay CEO at aosphere, at Allen & Overy.
The company announced in June the launch of their North American Client Advisory Board (CAB) with a similar aim of ‘putting their clients at the heart of their product design thinking’.
Client boards seem to be gaining popularity. Legal AI company Luminance also recently launched a European client board of a similar style.
The company said that 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.
There are also plans to hold a joint CAB meeting with both the EMEA and North American boards.
Kim Massana, CEO at Neota Logic, said in a statement: ‘At Neota Logic our customer-led approach is central to our ethos. We are working hard to bring regular customer feedback into the flow of our product development and direction of the business as a whole. We’ve received some great feedback already that has already flown into our product roadmap. I’m delighted to be working with our Client Advisory Board to ensure we offer the very best software and service to our clients.’
Stuart Whittle, Business Services & Innovation Director at Weightmans, and Shaz Aziz, Director, Customer Solutions & Engagement at Neota Logic, will both be speaking at the Legal Innovators conference on Friday, 11 October, along with a number of other great speakers from law firms, inhouse legal teams and legal tech companies.
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