The Indico platform is a powerful, easy-to-use tool for document processing. Through the power of our thoughtfully designed and continually improving user interface, learning to use Indico is easy, even for users with no technical background.
Featuring the latest in human-computer interaction research and design, our latest release provides an unparalleled experience with our new and enhanced labeling interface. The revamped interface accelerates the automation process by making the process of data labeling feel effortless and intuitive. Keep reading to learn more about some of the updates that will transform the way users interact with our platform.
Personalize your experience to reduce your time on task
When you have long documents with many predictions, finding the label you’re looking for can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. Scrolling through endless pages that contain many, many predictions can feel like a frustrating use of your valuable time.
Indico’s latest platform release contains a thoughtfully redesigned interface that will keep you out of the haystack for good. The new and enhanced filters, sorting, and content organization make it easier to quickly find the information you’re looking for, taming even the most unruly intake data.
Indico now provides details about your label or prediction that enable you to narrow down your options. See your labels in document order, alphabetically, or page by page. View just your unaccepted predictions or sort your predictions by confidence, or do both simultaneously! For those following this needle in a haystack metaphor, our new sorting and filtering abilities offer you smaller haystacks to find needles. A haystack with five pieces of hay and one needle? Now that’s doable.
Labeling actions and shortcuts
On-interface tool tips and shortcuts speed up the data labeling process
Navigating a complicated user interface can cost you valuable time and attention. We know this firsthand. With that in mind, we put our heads together to ensure that the Indico platform would be as easy for users to navigate as possible, making tackling the rest of your to-do list more manageable.
Built for labelers who want to optimize their time labeling, the new On-Document tooltips provide a faster and easier way to apply, edit, and correct model predictions. Reduce your hands-on time by streamlining how you interact with the platform, meaning you can label more documents in less time.
Our improved and easy-to-use shortcuts are an intuitive way to expedite your document labeling even more. With labeling actions at your fingertips (literally), use your keyboard to quickly toggle between various abilities faster and more accurately than ever before.
Reduce time on task by 33% for model creation while lowering the number of user mistakes by 19%
Creating the perfect model can be daunting. When you’re working with large quantities of data with lots of labels, it can feel like the model creation process will take ages. And that’s just for one model. Many of us need multiple models to streamline our workflows fully.
Whether you’re creating an extraction or a classification model, Indico has got you covered. Through a few easy-to-follow steps, you’ll be able to develop and test models that you feel confident meet your needs.
Our improved on-document classification interface allows you to look at the original context of your documents while labeling your samples for training. The speed and accuracy facilitated by our labeling interface will allow you to produce quality training data in record time.
Don’t take our word for it. Indico has a built-in review feature to give you an honest look at your model’s performance before you begin. With Indico’s Review module, accelerate your process while also verifying your model’s quality and accuracy.
Indico also offers autoreview, a programmatic tool to allow for more rapid and accurate human review. Set the criteria autoreview will use to accept and reject predictions as you need it, making human review time even more streamlined.
Our thoughtful model creation process reduces time on task by 33% while also lowering the average numbers of mistakes users make per document by 19%. Now the only question is, what will you use all that extra time for?