West Central Indexing Selects Intellidact® Machine Learning Software
Orlando, Florida (November 2016) – Computing System Innovations (CSI) has been selected by West Central Indexing (WCI) to provide automated indexing and redaction solutions for their land records management system RecordEASE.
Hennepin County – the largest county in Minnesota by population – is the first RecordEASE customer to implement CSI’s machine learning technology, Intellidact LBX™, to automatically classify, extract and index data for their land records. Integrated with RecordEase, Intellidact LBX will provide high accuracy indexing for 1500 daily recordings.
Randy Haupert, Director of Sales at WCI states, “We are very excited to be partnering with CSI; we believe that their industry knowledge and advanced technology bring great advantages and future opportunity for us. West Central Indexing processes 75% of the records in the state of Minnesota; the introduction of Intellidact LBX to our platform will minimize data entry and provide savings to our existing customers.”
“We are pleased to have been selected by WCI as their automated indexing and redaction partner,” said Henry Sal, President of CSI. “We look forward to working with WCI and enabling their clients with Intellidact’s advanced machine learning technologies to improve indexing effeciences and privacy protection.”
Intellidact’s supervised machine learning, combined with its simple user interface, allows business analysts to easily train, test, and benchmark initial system accuracy. Intellidact’s Continuous Active Learning™ adapts to new document types and layouts without requiring further software modifications that fixed “rules based” systems require. The system automatically adjusts to maintain accuracy as document formats change and new document types arrive.
About Computing System Innovations
Computing System Innovations (CSI) is America’s leading provider of automated indexing, redaction, and classification solutions. CSI’s flagship product, Intellidact, increases workflow efficiencies via automated document classification and data extraction, while using redaction to reduce the risk of privacy information leakage. Intellidact has been selected for use in enterprise scale projects across the United States, processing over 6.3 Billion images for 700 clients in 21 states.