Prolifics, a digital engineering and consulting firm, announced the Prolifics’ robotic process automation (RPA) and intelligent document processing (IDP) solution IntelliDocs for Healthcare won the grand prize at the IBM Build a Bot Challenge for best RPA solution.
IBM conducted IBM Build a Bot event between Dec. 15 and Jan. 31. The event attracted more than 2,100 sign-ups, 70 envisioned projects, and 35 IBM robotic process automation applications submitted. IBM saw participation from 116 countries and engagement from business partners, customers, other technology firms, and academia.
Prolifics is an IBM Platinum Business Partner.
The grand prize-winning entry, “IntelliDocs,” is a digital worker solution that automates the healthcare prior authorization process. IntelliDocs extracts and classifies data from authorization forms, checking for accuracy; enters the information into the payer’s electronic health records system; provides status updates and hotline support via chat and phone.
“We’re very proud of this achievement, and it reflects Prolifics’ leadership in the AI-Powered Business Automation and Intelligent Automation space. Many thanks go to our digital engineering teams that brought our ideas and designs to life with this winning solution,” Salem Hadim, Prolifics’ Head of Intelligent Automation Consulting Practice, said.
A second Prolifics submission, called “Hope,” won the third-place prize. Hope is an AI-powered, automated mental health assessment tool. Companies use Hope to collect survey data through forms or chat sessions. The program analyzes the data and uses a scientifically proven scoring system to identify and contact those who could use assistance – with early detection being the key to better outcomes.
Prolifics’ third submission, “ResuMan,” made the finalist list. ResuMan is an AI-powered candidate screening tool that automates the application review process. It collects applicant and job posting data, applies machine learning to filter the information, and then matches the right candidate with the right job.