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Automate Chain of custody form Document Processing with WebPT in 2 minutes!

Don’t transfer data from the Chain of custody form manually into WebPT, let AI do it for you. Manual Chain of custody form data entry and traditional OCR solutions are slow, expensive and error-prone. Most importantly, they waste valuable employee talent.
Rossum’s unique computer vision technology reads the Chain of custody form in a way that ensures fast data capture and greater accuracy with repeated use. Reduce costs. Eliminate tiresome data entry. Turn your team into a driver of efficiency and growth with Rossum.

There are many helpful software programs that are used by companies, such as WebPT. These programs provide many benefits, but data entry for them can be arduous, difficult, and burdensome when it is done manually. Not to mention, it can lock up workers for hundreds of hours per quarter. Rossum's data processing software automates data extraction and entry using computer vision technology. This prevents your employees from having to do the bulk of the data processing tasks for your software programs. If you're ready to get rid of up to 90 percent of manual data entry and want to save time, money, and hassle, Rossum is the right option for you.

Rossum is an AI document gateway that solves four key steps in document-based processes simultaneously: receiving documents across multiple channels, automated understanding, two-way communication for exception resolution, and acting on the data using in-depth integrations.

In typical real-world scenarios, Rossum’s proprietary AI engine outranks narrower data extraction solutions in accuracy. Meanwhile, Rossum’s platform automates document communication processes end-to-end. Rossum’s goal for every use case is at minimum a 90% document processing speed increase.

Rossum is ISO 27001 certified and HIPAA compliant, with enterprise-grade SLAs ranging up to a 99.9% uptime guarantee and 24/7 support.

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