Docugami is Seattle-area document engineering startup that transforms how businesses create and manage documents for greater productivity, compliance, and insight using breakthrough artificial intelligence.
Docugami uses AI to transform the unique document business processes of individual companies, making frontline users more efficient while giving COOs better compliance and insights.
Docugami was founded in March 2018, by Jean Paoli, Andrew Begun, Taqi Jaffri, Mike Palmer, and Martin Sawicki. The company is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington.
Docugami creates SaaS solutions that harness a wide range of artificial intelligence techniques, including natural language processing, image recognition, declarative markup, and other approaches, to enable businesses of all sizes to radically improve how they create and manage their unique documents for greater insight, efficiency, and business impact.
Docugami has raised $10M in a Seed round on Feb 11, 2020. The investment was led by SignalFire, with participation by NextWorld Capital, Greg Badros, former head of Google Apps; Shishir Mehrotra, CEO of Coda; Kevin Reigelsberger, former president of Avalara and others. The latest round brings Docugami's total funding to $11.7M to date.