Neota Logic Releases NL 9.2 with Dashboards for Data Analytics and Contract Negotiation

Posted: 7 March 2019
By: Neota Logic

Neota Logic, creators of the world’s leading AI automation platform, announced today details of their latest product release, Neota Logic 9.2 offering state-of-the-art data analytics and contract negotiation functionality.

NL9.2 introduces Dashboards, a fully configurable data management and visualization tool in which customers can quickly assemble custom views and charts to display reports about any aspect of Neota application collection and usage.  These reports can help customers track and analyse usage of individual applications or groups of applications leading to important insights into such things as the sources of usage, process blockages and opportunities for further service improvement.

All Neota applications are powered by Neota Data Manager, a SQL database management tool, which allows customers with particularly intensive reporting or visualization requirements to surface Neota data via industry-standard business intelligence tools such as Power BI and Tableau.

Julian Uebergang, Neota’s Head of Product, commented, ‘We continue to enhance the power of our Neota platform by working closely with our clients to address their needs for better management of structured data. The creation of reusable, structured data from each session run in a Neota application is a powerful differentiator in the Neota platform and is an important step in realising the value of Applications that are created on our platform.’

NL 9.2 also introduces Open Negotiation, a new authoring tool for building contract negotiation into your Neota document automation workflows. This is a powerful addition to Neota’s document automation toolset, enabling customers to fully transform drafting, counter-party negotiation and contract execution into end-to-end application experiences that precisely replicate the customer’s defined business terms and processes.

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