Sorcero Wins DC Inno’s 2020 B2B Blazer Award From The "50 On Fire" List

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DC Inno Recognized Sorcero As One Of The Most Exciting Companies In The Washington, DC Region.

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Despite the many difficulties all businesses are currently facing, 2020 has been a great year for Sorcero.

Sorcero, a rapidly growing startup and global leader in Language Intelligence technology, was honored as the 2020 B2B Blazer from the DC Inno "50 On Fire" list. The annual award from DC Inno recognizes the top disruptors and newsmakers spurring innovation across the greater Washington, D.C. area. This is Sorcero’s second “On Fire” recognition from DC Inno since the company was founded in 2018. Earlier this year, Sorcero was also named to DCA Live’s 2020 Red Hot Companies, as well as being listed as one of DC’s 20 Most Promising Tech Companies by

“Despite the many difficulties all businesses are currently facing, 2020 has been a great year for Sorcero,” said CEO Dipanwita Das. “We are growing our DC-based team as we continue to drive digital transformation in the insurance and life science industries with our Language Intelligence Platform. It’s a real honor to be recognized by DC Inno included on a list with so many other innovative and dynamic companies.”

The Sorcero Language Intelligence Platform represents a breakthrough in linguistic Artificial Intelligence, providing a domain understanding of scientific and medical language in the insurance and life science sectors. Earlier this year, Sorcero raised a $3.5 million round of funding as the company’s revenue has grown 500% over the first half of the year.

DC Inno's "50 on Fire" awards program honors the top people and companies that are heating up the District's innovation economy. The 50 winners were selected by the DC Inno team based on nominations, growth, and editorial coverage. Winners were celebrated at a virtual "50 on Fire" event.

About Sorcero:

Sorcero was founded in Washington, DC in 2018 by Dipanwita Das, Richard Graves, and Walter Bender. Sorcero’s Language Intelligence Platform uses domain understanding to power mission critical decision-making across enterprises in life sciences and insurance.

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