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Roots Automation Launches New SaaS for Injury Claims

We are proud to announce the launch of our new SaaS platform. This new InsurTech solution promises to streamline claims workflows for the insurance industry.

Roots Automation Announces Iris, New SaaS for Medical Claim Form Data Extraction

Roots Automation announced the upcoming 2022 launch of a new product, Iris - the first nice SaaS platform to accurately extract data from CMS-1500 medical claim forms for insurance organizations.

Effective QA practices for RPA bot maintenance

Effective RPA QA ensures your bots don't go haywire. Learn how RPA bots fail, effective QA workflows to fix them, and how, when and where human testers should get involved.

RPA Has A New Job Description, Thanks to the Rise of Cognitive Automation

Experts predicted this could lead to an increase in several existing business, development and technology-related jobs, as well as the emergence of new RPA job descriptions.

Embracing the Art of Possible

At its most fundamental level, insurance is an industry predicated on risk management, customer service and trust.

Digital Coworkers company Roots Automation raises $3.2 million

Roots Automation, the NYC-based Digital Coworkers as a Service company, has raised a $3.2 million seed round led by Vestigo Ventures.

Roots Automation Raises $3.2M in Seed Funding

Roots Automation, a NYC-based Digital Coworkers as a Service company, raised $3.2M in seed funding. The round was led by Vestigo Ventures.

Roots Automation Secures $3.2 Million Seed Funding Round

Roots Automation, a cognitive automation company, and Cambridge, MA-based Vestigo Ventures led a $3.2M syndicated investment, allowing Roots Automation to expand AI & machine learning abilities.

The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report: 11/11/2020

Roots Automation, the bots-as-a-service platform for worker to offload repetitive tasks through robotic process automation, has raised $3.2M in Seed funding from investors.

Roots Automation Secures $3.2M seed Funding Round

Roots Automation, the NYC-based Digital Coworkers as a Service company, has raised a $3.2M seed round led by Vestigo Ventures.

Roots Automation Raises $3.2M to Make Bots Your Digital Coworkers at Scale

The most agile and innovative companies will rely on AI-powered digital “coworkers” alongside creative humans to enhance productivity and increase profits.

How Covid is greasing the rise of robot co-workers

Two new workers started in the claims department in the spring at Protective Insurance: Roxy and Rex.

#NYCtech Week in Review: 11/8/20-11/14/20

What could the dawn of digital co-workers mean for humans?

Chaz Perera of Roots Automation argues that robots will serve to help human employees rather than displace them.

RPA Can’t Think: Insurers Should Invest in Cognitive AI

While RPA is trendy at the moment, it’s not the most efficient AI solution for insurance companies to implement.

Roots Automation Expands Leadership Team with VP of Sales Addition

Stephen M. Lowisz will be joining the Roots Automation team, bringing ten years of startup-building experience to help propel the growth of our proprietary Cognitive Process Automation solution.

SSON Presents a Startup to Watch: Roots Automation

Roots Automation is the brainchild of John Cottongim, CTO, and Chaz Perera, CEO, who met at AIG, identified a frustrating gap in the automation market, and found they had a common passion in solving

Analytics Insight Names ‘The 10 Most Innovative RPA Companies of 2020’

SAN JOSE, Calif. & HYDERABAD, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Analytics Insight Magazine, a brand of Stravium Intelligence, has announced ‘The 10 Most Innovative RPA Companies of 2020’ in its September issue.

Rise of automation creates new RPA job descriptions

As automation increases in the enterprise, new RPA jobs are emerging that require a unique combination of hard and soft skills that go far beyond the traditional roles. The adoption of robotic process

Acceleprise announces 26 SaaS startups from its trio of accelerators

The TechCrunch crew has worked to keep tabs on this year’s startup accelerator classes. Conventional wisdom in startup land states that great companies are founded during more trying economic times.