Ocrolus products, PerfectAudit and Medicaid-Genius, are powered by the Company’s proprietary back-end engine, a tidy combination of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) transaction detection, crowdsourced data validation and algorithmic reconciliation. In other words, we read bank statement PDF's with stunning accuracy - over 99% regardless of document quality. Summary analytics and transaction results are accessible through a grandfather-friendly user interface that can instantly filter and search transactions by account, date, description and dollar amount. Missing statements are automatically identified, transfers are detected and potentially fraudulent data is flagged for review. Tiresome hours of cross-referencing, data entry and line-by-line cleansing can now be spent on cerebral tasks.
Ocrolus employs Amazon Web Services, the same platform used by the National Security Agency and the Department of Defense, to process and store all user data. The flexibility of operating in the cloud allows Ocrolus to deliver the most accommodating pricing structures available. Ocrolus clients only pay for the computing resources they actually consume. API integration and custom pricing solutions are available for high-volume clients. And with all of our data housed in Amazon’s ultra-secure facilities, monitored 24/7 by security guards and accessible only by biometric scanning, Ocrolus users are guaranteed the highest level of data protection.
Ocrolus technology disrupts existing bank statement analysis methods across a number of industries. The core values Ocrolus delivers - superior accuracy and speed at a lower cost - are universally applicable to all professionals who review financial documents.
use our API to increase underwriting automation, bolster regulatory framework and combat bad debt.
who make health or insurance coverage determinations optimize their existing processes using our platform.
large and small employ Ocrolus to analyze an unpredictable, fluctuating volume of statements.
working on divorce proceedings, guardianship accountings and long-term care Medicaid applications boost their efficiency with our products.
including tax auditors, law enforcement agents, legal practitioners and healthcare eligibility reviewers no longer endure tedious page-by-page examination thanks to Ocrolus.
Chief Executive Officer
Sam has been the driving force in building Ocrolus from the ground up since the Company's inception in January 2014. He holds a BA in Mass Communications with a focus on Business from the University of South Carolina. In his spare time, Sam is a pretty darn good recreational ping pong player.
Victoria is an experienced entrepreneur who co-founded PhoneCharge, an electronic payment processing company that was sold to CheckFree in 2006. Outside of the office, Victoria serves on the boards of Soho Rep., a leading innovator in contemporary theater, and All In Together, a nonpartisan group focused on amplifying women’s voices in politics.
Chief Operating Officer
Vik’s career has been focused on creating innovative operational structures to optimize and scale young businesses. Prior to Ocrolus, he helped to build Handy, a Series C company also based in NYC. His background includes working in Private Equity, Consulting with McKinsey and earning an MBA from the University of Chicago.
VP of Engineering
Zoheb is an experienced software architect and engineering leader with over a decade of experience in building scalable SaaS platforms and web applications. He holds a Masters in Computer Science from Cornell University, and prior to Ocrolus held technical leadership roles at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and a FinTech startup.
Full Stack Engineer
Lead Business Analyst
Data Validation Manager
Director of Customer Success
Data Validation Specialist
Business Analyst Intern
Front End Engineer
Data Analyst Intern
A former Presidential Appointee at the US Department of Health and Human Services, and former member of the House of Representatives in Massachusetts, Brian has worked for more than three decades at the intersection of government policy and healthcare with a focus on Medicaid, Medicare and the Affordable Care Act.
Christine’s expertise is in algorithm development for the purpose of fraud detection. She served as the Deputy Project Director for the Medicaid Integrity Contractor (MIC) Review and is currently the Lead Architect to join Medicaid provider and beneficiary data with Medicare data on a national level.
Richard is a professor emeritus and former chair of computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. He received a BS in Physics and Mathematics from Union College, and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University. His current research focuses on improving OCR accuracy.