Neota Logic Announces Expansion into the United Kingdom

Neota Logic Announces Expansion into the United Kingdom

Leading expert system software platform appoints International Managing Director

Neota Logic, provider of a leading expert system software platform, today announced expansion into the United Kingdom including the addition of Greg Wildisen,a notable technology executive, as the International Managing Director.

Wildisen, based in London, is a seasoned executive with extensive experience managing businesses across Europe Middle East and Asia. He most recently served as the International Managing Director for Epiq Systems, an eDiscovery and legal technology company. Prior to that he headed Pinpoint Global in London, was the founder of Diskcovery in Australia and also practiced as a solicitor in Sydney.

“We are pleased to have Greg join the team in London,” said chief executive officer Elizabeth Braham. “His addition allows Neota Logic to better support existing clients in Europe as well as to leverage the deep technology and process transformation experience he brings in the delivery of our innovative technology solutions.”

Greg’s addition to the executive management team follows the recent addition of Matthew Gillis as President. These management additions support the expansion and growth of the company with seasoned technology resources.

Commenting on his appointment, Wildisen said, “I am excited to join Neota Logic’s smart and inspired team and being part of a truly innovation led company. Neota’s platform is brilliantly simple and amazingly powerful and I look forward to assisting our professional clients across the globe leverage the technology.”


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