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Digital Reasoning Systems

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Founded Year

2000

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$119.13M

About Digital Reasoning Systems

Digital Reasoning applies AI to communications data to accelerate knowledge work and analyze human behavior. The company uses machine learning ubiquitously across its solutions, with a particular focus on surfacing highly valuable but rare events at a speed and scale human analysts cannot. Its technology has been deployed globally at many financial services organizations and government agencies. Additionally, in the healthcare space, the company uses this technology to identify and prioritize newly diagnosed cancer patients. This allows the provider to find cancer faster and begin treatment sooner. It also assures the health system the ability to know who in their system has cancer and retains those patients in their network.On November 10th, 2020 Digital Reasoning was acquired by Smarsh. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

701 Cool Springs Blvd.

Franklin, Tennessee, 37067,

United States

615-567-8853

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Expert Collections containing Digital Reasoning Systems

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Digital Reasoning Systems is included in 9 Expert Collections, including Digital Health.

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Digital Reasoning Systems Patents

Digital Reasoning Systems has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Machine learning
  • Financial markets
  • Stock market
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

2/19/2018

5/25/2021

Financial markets, Stock market, Rotating disc computer storage media, Data management, Share trading

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Application Date

2/19/2018

Grant Date

5/25/2021

Title

Related Topics

Financial markets, Stock market, Rotating disc computer storage media, Data management, Share trading

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Grant

Latest Digital Reasoning Systems News

Brett Jackson takes help as CEO of Digital Reasoning Systems

Apr 20, 2017

Brett Jackson takes help as CEO of Digital Reasoning Systems Staff Print CEO Brett Jackson FRANKLIN-based Digital Reasoning Systems announced Brett Jackson, former CEO and chairman of Logi Analytics and former CEO of Digital Harbor, has been named DRS's CEO, succeeding Co-founder and former CEO Tim Estes, who is now president, focused on advancing the 17-year-old company's technology. Estes, his mother Dorothy Currey, and an academic mentor founded the company as Estes was completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia. Scores of individual investors backed the company in its early years, during which its primary customers were in the military intelligence sector. The company's release said, in part, that Jackson will now enhance DRS operations, business development and long-term corporate strategy, while driving expansion into new markets. Earlier DRS coverage and mentions are here . Among other posts, Jackson was a founding member of Axent Technologies, an information security company that he helped lead from founding through IPO. Jackson's Linkedin is here . Tim Estes Co-Founder A source claiming knowledge of the situation told Venture Nashville that Estes and the management team had been expecting a change such as that announced today for at least a year. Former President Rob Metcalf left DRS more than a year ago for Nashville-based Concert Genetics (fka NextGxDx). The company is currently backed by Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, HCA, NASDAQ and Lemhi Ventures, among others. During its history, the company has been active in national security and military intel arenas, healthcare, fintech and other domains. Jackson said DRS's technology has allowed the company to find customers "among the world's leading and most demanding organizations. It is evolving as a global brand and I could not resist the opportunity to combine its long-held mission with new, aggressive business goals for greater impact and reach." Digital Reasoning's artificial intelligence, machine learning and cognitive computing offerings automate tasks and bring to light "transformative insights across vast amounts of human communications for many of the world's most elite companies, organizations, and agencies," according to the company's release. .

Digital Reasoning Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Digital Reasoning Systems founded?

    Digital Reasoning Systems was founded in 2000.

  • Where is Digital Reasoning Systems's headquarters?

    Digital Reasoning Systems's headquarters is located at 701 Cool Springs Blvd., Franklin.

  • What is Digital Reasoning Systems's latest funding round?

    Digital Reasoning Systems's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Digital Reasoning Systems raise?

    Digital Reasoning Systems raised a total of $119.13M.

  • Who are the investors of Digital Reasoning Systems?

    Investors of Digital Reasoning Systems include Smarsh, Paycheck Protection Program, SC Ventures, Macquarie Group, GS Growth and 18 more.

  • Who are Digital Reasoning Systems's competitors?

    Competitors of Digital Reasoning Systems include Palantir Technologies and 4 more.

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