Cognitiv+ was among the winners of the 12th edition of the Innovation & Technology Competition within the framework of NBG Business Seeds Programme.
With more than 250 proposals and 423 participants, this year’s edition proved to be extremely competitive. On June 6th, we made it among the top 10 teams across a number of different industries, including medtech, fintech and agritech.
For the last 12 years NBG has contributed to the development of Greek Startups, by providing investment, mentoring and partnerships opportunities. NBG works side by side with 13 universities, 4 research centres and a network of 50 partners, including Accenture, PWC and Microsoft.
The Greek Deputy Minister of Development and Investments, Yiannis Tsakiris, who took part in the event, stressed the importance of supporting the Greek innovation sector to trigger a cascade of benefits for the national economy, enhancing the transfer of know-how and the possibility to participate in global value chains.
“We are extremely pleased to have been selected as a winner in this year’s edition”, says Vasilis Tsolis, CEO of Cognitiv+. “This is a recognition of the disruptive innovation potential that Cognitiv+ technology is bringing to the market: a legal document review technology which is versatile enough to serve the needs across very different industries and verticals.”
The General Manager of Retail Banking of the National Bank, Christina Theofilidis, and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Bank, Gikas Hardouvelis also participated in the event.
What is Cognitiv+
Cognitiv+ accelerates document review and extraction, reducing the time needed to review contracts manually and turning data into actionable information for companies and law firms.