The New York-based Intelligent Document Processing provider is on track to surpass the mark of one billion documents processed for the U.S. Government in 2023. This includes departments such as The Social Security Administration, The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, The Internal Revenue Service, The U.S. Air Force, and more.
Hyperscience, an Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) vendor, announced March 28 that it is on track to surpass one billion documents processed for the U.S. Government in 2023. With its human-centered approach to automation, the company is increasing the speed of document and data processing across seven government agencies and significantly improving citizen response times.
Charlie Newark-French, Interim CEO at Hyperscience, commented: “Six years ago, Hyperscience started partnering with Federal entities, helping to digitize and automate the slowest, most dated document- and data-heavy processes. Not only are many of these workflows mission-critical, but in almost every case, the documents and data awaiting processing are beyond human capacity alone. We’ve been able to make a real impact by rapidly reducing backlogs, and even bridging some workforce gaps, to ultimately improve citizen response times and the government employee experience – and we’re just getting started.”
Headquartered in New York, Hyperscience offers a Machine Learning-powered Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) platform that combines artificial intelligence with a human-centered approach to elevate business processes and unlock actionable knowledge.
The full press release can be found here.
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