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Thought Leaders on Future of AI, Digital Transformation andContract Analytics to Converge at Seal Insight 2018

Seal Software today announced its third annual Seal Insight customer conference series. The event brings together business leaders and experts from across industries with hundreds of members of the Seal ecosystem. Customers, partners and employees, as well as prospects and other interested parties, will converge on three locations around the globe in September to share deep strategies and best practices, and learn more about emerging trends in artificial intelligence (AI), digital transformation and contract analytics.

Leading customer officials from Thomson-Reuters, Airbus, Procter & Gamble, BNY Mellon, Cisco and Nokia will take the stage at the conference, which also features keynotes from DocuSign executives Neil Hudspith, president of worldwide field operations, and Scott Olrich, chief strategy and marketing officer. The conference series kicks off on September 5 at the Yale Club in New York City, followed by events at the Four Seasons in Palo Alto on September 20 and Claridge’s Hotel in London on September 26.

Echo Buys 'Britain's Most Admired Companies' Study

Compiled by Professor Mike Brown (pictured) and his team at Leeds Business School, BMAC has been running since 1990, offering longitudinal, sector-based and individual company data going back to that year. Using responses from Board-level representatives, as well as analysts and City commentators, the survey is a peer review of corporate reputation, as seen by a company's closest critics - its competitors and financial influencers.

Britain's largest public companies and employers across 24 sectors are asked to evaluate their peers, with each sector comprising a maximum of ten companies. Using twelve criteria, participants rate their sector's rivals on a scale of 0-10 (0=poor, 5=average, 10=excellent). On the basis of these scores, three rankings are arrived at: all 330 companies; top ten overall in each criterion; and league tables in each sector. Respondents are also asked to name their most admired leader.

Working in partnership with Professor Brown, the Echo team will