Neota Logic, creators of the world’s leading AI automation platform for professional services, announced today the release of NL9.3, now live with new application templates library and details of its upcoming product release, NL 10.0.
NL9.3, the next important milestone in the delivery of Neota’s vision of offering the world’s most comprehensive no-code AI automation platform for professional services, introduces Templates Library, a library of pre-built applications and functions that customer authors can use to jump-start their own application development.
Templates introduces two new concepts:
Quick Start Apps – template apps that address a specific use case, such as matter intake for a corporate legal department, that can then be quickly adapted to a customer’s specific processes and context.
Building Blocks – re-usable components addressing a specific Neota function, such as displaying a preview of a generated document, that can be rapidly incorporated into an application.
Neota Logic also announced early details about its upcoming product release, NL 10.0. This major release will provide three new product offerings.
‘Canvas’, a new web-based prototyping environment designed for subject matter experts to prototype ideas in an intuitive ‘drag and drop’ environment that requires no training to use. Applications that require further development can then be automatically transferred across into Studio, Neota’s flagship application authoring environment, for development into comprehensive applications.
NL 10.0 will also see further enhancements to its Workflow function to enable single-click connectivity of applications as well as a new Document Generation tool providing a synchronous connection to a legal template housed in MSWord.
Julian Uebergang, Neota Logic’s Head of Product, commented, ‘Our mission at Neota Logic is to offer the most comprehensive AI automation platform for professional services and these new enhancements, which have been designed via close consultation with many of our customers and our Client Advisory Boards, will continue to support that mission.’