Oklahoma City-based data and analytics firm Oseberg has created a new consulting practice dedicated to extracting and delivering actionable data intelligence from physical and scanned documents.
Founded in 2009, OKC-headquartered Oseberg provides a software-as-a-service to oil companies which allows them to more easily access and use public data from state, federal, and county records.
To accomplish this, Oseberg uses machine learning, webscraping, and natural language processing to extract relevant clauses buried in byzantine documents – creating a high-quality, normalized, structured data set as a finished product.
Oseberg currently provides data for Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, with more states on the way.
Now the company has created a new consulting practice that will use their proprietary advanced technology to aggregate useful and clearly presented data from large volumes of physical and scanned documents, including legal filings and archival materials.
“I am excited to join the Oseberg crew and to be on the cutting edge of data capture technology using AI and machine learning,” commented Williams.
“This is an entirely new way to think about the role of data and information currently trapped in documents. We’re providing the power to discover and unlock business opportunities by applying data science workflows that go well above and beyond basic data analytics.”