Modern, cloud-native document processing

The fastest document processing platform built for the cloud.

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morton salt

Proven success, happy customers

  • Morton Salt saves


    time per document

  • Molson Coors takes


    days from order to delivery

  • Veolia achieves


    automation rate

  • Master Trust Bank of Japan reduces


    manual workload

Outcomes, delivered

Rossum was purpose built from the start to minimize the time your organization spends processing documents.

simplify intake

Simplify intake

Eliminate time spent working with documents before passing them into your data capture system: dedupe, sort, and send followups back to senders without any manual intervention.

improve accuracy

Improve accuracy

Avoid manual rework or having to wait for new templates or business rules to be created anytime something changes with a resilient data capture system that adapts to changes in document layouts automatically.


Streamline validation

Reduce the time involved validating data capture outputs with an ergonomic point-and-click system. Avoid legacy interfaces and instead quickly move through your process with speed and confidence.

automate manual work

Automate manual work

Automate tasks never-before possible with a data capture tool with native functionality, an extension marketplace, and a fully-integrated serverless low-code platform where you can extend your own functionality directly on the platform.

easily integrate

Easily integrate

Built natively for the cloud, Rossum brings an open, well documented APIs system that makes integrations with your existing systems a snap.

reduce time to value

Reduce time to value

Get up and running fast on a turnkey cloud platform. Rossum's deep learning begins adapting to your documents within the first few uploads.

“We’ve done a good job of getting a very high percent of our documents through the solution quite quickly. It remembers everything, that’s fantastic!”

Amy Rybicki

Business Processes Improvements Manager

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