Slater Victoroff: indico creating meaningful process automation for business documents


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Slater Victoroff is the CTO and co-founder of indico.

indico creates meaningful process automation around business documents.

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This seems simple but really when documents are analog and business processes are digital, using an A.I to figure out what a contract or invoice means for a business can be quite powerful.

We talk about

🔥 What is N.L.P. (Natural Language Processing)

🔥 Using A.I. to create meaning behind business documents

🔥 The unique school (Olin) that Slater attended

🔥 The number of text books Slater bought in school (answer:zero) �

🔥 How indico has attracted $8.4 Million by solving a massive problem

🔥 Slater nominates his co-founder as a future guest

A summary of Slater’s accomplishments with indico in his own point form notes while serving as CEO of indico for ~4 years.

1. Founded in Olin College dorm room (literally) as a developer platform

2. Accepted to Techstars Boston; Raised ~$5M of venture capital from top-tier VCs including General Catalyst, .406 Ventures, Boston Seed, Hyperplane as well as many high-profile Boston Angel Investors

3. Led successful highly-technical content marketing strategy including the earliest tutorials and reviews for tensorflow

4. Scaled backend system to handle several billion monthly API calls and a developer ecosystem of roughly 10k developers

5. Closed multiple six-figure enterprise contracts and co-ordinated joint press releases with customers such as interlinkOne, and Manulife.

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