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2017

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$11M

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$1M | 8 mos ago

About Docugami

Docugami focuses on intelligent document processing and artificial intelligence (AI) contract management in the technology sector. The company offers services that transform business documents into actionable data, enabling users to generate reports, insights, and new documents to power their business processes. It primarily serves sectors such as commercial insurance, commercial real estate, technology, and various professional services sectors. It was founded in 2017 and is based in Kirkland, Washington.

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218 Main Street Suite 921

Kirkland, Washington, 98033,

United States

425-274-5033

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    Docugami

    SaaS product to generate and use information from your organization's business documents.

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Docugami has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • computational linguistics
  • data types
  • natural language processing
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11/21/2023

Natural language processing, Data types, Computational linguistics, Unix text processing utilities, Type theory

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187 Stories To Learn About Microsoft

Nov 24, 2023

Let's learn about Microsoft via these 187 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology. "If you can't make it good, at least make it look good." - Bill Gates 1. Visual Regression Testing with Playwright Visual Regression Testing with Playwright - Automated Testing 2. The Search-and-Replace Regex with VS Code This is a feature I use with some frequency, but not frequently enough that I remember the pattern when I need it. Therefore, I am writing this article as my own reference to a useful tool with VS Code. 3. Space and Time Receives $20 Million in Strategic Investment Led by Microsoft's M12 Space and Time, a Web3 native data platform that has raised $20 million in strategic capital from notable investors led by Microsoft's M12 fund. 4. OpenAI Releases ChatGPT on Steroids, Heating Up AI Wars 🖥️ Bigger. Better. Beefier. That's probably the best way to categorize the latest (and greatest!) version of ChatGPT: GPT-4. 5. Salesforce Bought Slack - WTF?! Microsoft is just too big to fail - no matter what they do. Slack was just too small to succeed - no matter how much they tried. 6. Is MicroVision Helping to Power Microsoft's HoloLens 2? A recent product tear-down by YouTube user 's2upid' appears to show MicroVision components used in Microsoft's highly anticipated HoloLens 2, but who is this little known technology company? And why have they been flying under the radar for so long? 7. The Trifecta of AI: Market Adoption, Business Innovation, and Technical Development Explore the three aspects of AI driving the industry: market adoption, business innovation, and technical development. Discover how they shape the future of AI. 8. Windows 11's New Focus Mode Is Pretty Useful The new Focus Mode feature is a useful tool that helps you get more productivity out of Windows 11 in a simple way. Though that simplicity does cut both ways 9. The Xbox 360 Games Store Still Works in 2020 I bought my first gaming console in 2010, when Microsoft introduced a redesigned Xbox 360. Even though the original Xbox 360 launched 15 years ago, in November 2005, Microsoft decided 5 years later to produce a slimmer model. It also included big improvements like built-in N-wireless connectivity, a 45nm CPU and GPU, and a built-in port for Kinect —a motion-sensing system that was released ahead of its time. 10. The 3 Best Visual Novel Series On Xbox Best Visual Novel Series on Xbox: Zero Escape, Danganronpa, The Ace Attorney Trilogy. 11. More Than Just an OS: Microsoft Stays at #1 More Than Just an OS: Microsoft Stays at #1 12. Level Up Your Github Profile Page in Three Easy Steps Whether you're looking for a new position and want to stand out or you just like to make cool things, GitHub offers you the tools to get your own customised welcome message, like this. 13. What is Microsoft Power Automate? Here's everything you should know about Microsoft Power Automate to use it effectively as well as how to connect it to other services like Microsoft Dynamics. 14. Tech Companies Show Support For Women After Roe v. Wade Overturned American politics are making international headlines yet again with the latest on Roe v. Wade and gun rights. 15. How to Repair Corrupted Microsoft Outlook Files The most prevalent issue faced by almost all Microsoft Outlook users. That is, file corruption issues in Microsoft Outlook including PST files. 16. A Review Of The New Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 This year, The Microsoft Surface 4 didn’t change much with the design. The only thing is that the laptop is thinner than the previous versions. 17. 5 Reasons Why Xbox Game Pass is Worth It Game Pass is more popular now than ever, but for some the question remains: is Xbox Game Pass worth it? We think so for these 5 reasons. 18. Taming the AI Beast Despite new, advanced AI “beasts” mimicking human intelligence, humans will remain firmly in the loop to solve complex problems that AI can’t tackle. 19. No More Mistakes With VSCode Expand-And-Collapse Options I recently had a large amount of data to refactor out of HTML and into JSON. The details about how I achieved this is a whole different article. What I want to document for myself (and maybe others will find it useful, even if it's only a refresher) are the various code expand and collapse options. 20. Everything You Must Know About Nintendo's Marketing Strategy Let's look at Nintendo marketing strategy from prototyping to production staging and how it has evolved over time to innovate its segmentation & positioning. 21. What to Do Before Selling a Computer Planning to sell your computer? Here's everything you need to know to get it done right. 22. Same Money, More Problems A look at the impact of the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act on tech giants. 23. 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Disruption in the Tech Giants Musical Chairs This week's tech rankings are a bit unusual in that we have new entrants making it to the top 5. 27. A Student Is Reviewing New Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 Microsoft comes with new Surface lineup, which is sale in market in 22th October. The large 15 inch size comes with AMD Processors. The other surface laptop come this Intel Processors. 28. Microsoft Makes a Bold Move to Build the Metaverse With the Activision Blizzard Deal Read this post for insight into how the Activision Blizzard deal fits into Microsoft's vision to build the metaverse. 29. Why Dynamics 365 is a Good Fit for Small to Medium-Sized Businesses Dynamics 365 Business Central is robust and scalable for company growth, making it a good choice for your small business. 30. Top 25 C# Programming Tips Hi everyone! There is a lot of information about different C# features. About various life hacks and best practices in this language. 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One of the most recent examples was Apple, announcing the division of its share price by four. It will be achieved by giving three additional shares to each investor. 179. Facebook Just Put the Metaverse on the Map Read this post for insight into how the metaverse can improve how we work, potentially through developments from companies such as Facebook and Microsoft 180. Will Microsoft’s Project XCloud Fail Like Google Stadia? There’s been a lot of talk over the past few years about gaming following in the footsteps of video and music and game streaming services will be the future. Microsoft has recently announced that their streaming service, Project XCloud, will be coming to their Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service. With this announcement, I believe it is important to look back at the predecessor to this service, Google Stadia, and see whether it looks like Microsoft can avoid the same mistakes. 181. 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Docugami Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Docugami founded?

    Docugami was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Docugami's headquarters?

    Docugami's headquarters is located at 218 Main Street, Kirkland.

  • What is Docugami's latest funding round?

    Docugami's latest funding round is Grant.

  • How much did Docugami raise?

    Docugami raised a total of $11M.

  • Who are the investors of Docugami?

    Investors of Docugami include National Science Foundation, Hank Vigil, Shishir Mehrotra, Ellen Levy, Marc Jalabert and 14 more.

  • Who are Docugami's competitors?

    Competitors of Docugami include Rossum and 8 more.

  • What products does Docugami offer?

    Docugami's products include Docugami.

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