Neota Logic continues expansion as Nancy Situ Paterson is appointed as Strategic Partnerships Director

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Neota Logic continues expansion as Nancy Situ Paterson is appointed as Strategic Partnerships Director

Neota Logic, creators of the world’s leading AI automation platform, announced today the new role of Strategic Partnerships Director will be filled by Nancy Situ Paterson.

As Strategic Partnerships Director, Nancy will sit within the broader Global Go-to-Market team and be responsible for developing new strategic alliances and growing mutually successful relationships between the company and its network of partners and resellers to help them sell, deploy, and service the Neota Logic platform to the wider community.

Kim Massana commented, “This is a very exciting time to be joining Neota Logic as the company has just experienced the best sales results in our 10-year history. Nancy is going to be a huge asset to our business, helping us grow our strategic partnership channel to promote our platform across the world”.

Jackson Liu commented: “One key cornerstone of continued growth for Neota Logic (and especially in the current global climate) is to invest and grow our partnership opportunities with third-party resellers and implementation partners. We are very excited to have Nancy joining us in this role and growing this area of our business.’

Paterson commented, “Neota Logic already has an engaged partner network. I’m looking forward to developing new strategic alliances as we expand our technology offerings into new markets”.

Before joining Neota Logic Nancy has worked in business development in the venture capital and consumer tech space as well as in client services for Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund. Prior to her private sector career, Nancy analyzed policy and legislation pertaining to intellectual property and tech law for the Government of Canada and was awarded the Deputy Minister’s Innovation Prize for her work in modernizing copyright licensing processes.

Nancy earned her MBA at Columbia Business School and her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School. She is an admitted attorney in the State of New York and Province of Ontario.

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