Nomio is a company taking signed legal contracts into an atomic, structured and smart contract format that is headquartered in London, United Kingdom and was founded in 2019 by Josh Treon. Before founding Nomio, Josh Treon also founded Treozs, a software architecture consulting firm, wrote a book called The Examination Game, worked as a software engineer for Winton Capital Management, and graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in computer science.
The company's platform can take complex legal documents and organize them into a format that can be explored, queried, and interacted with like a structured database. The company claims to be able to process any legitimate contract in digital form such as Word, PDF, image or scan, or any other digital format.
According to the company's website the following angel investors have provided Nomio with funding: Charlie Delingpole (CEO at ComplyAdvantage), Tim Sadler (CEO at Tessian), Ed Bishop (CTO at Tessian), Jude Gomila (CEO at Golden), and Anil Stocker (CEO at MarketFinance).