Software so that everybody, everywhere, has somewhere to turn.
Browse our current implementations:
Indigo’s matching technology makes mentoring easy to administer, meaning you can focus on the important stuff.
Indigo software enables genuine, useful communication between users, all in one place.
Mentors build up reviews from the people they help, which helps them. It’s a win-win situation.
Mentoring can take place in groups or 1-on-1, enabling both private communication and collaboration.
All our software packages enable some form of monitoring and verification of advice.
“Easier access to support from a peer mentor”
"The Tyfy system will allow our students to have easier access to receive support and guidance from a peer mentor, rather than waiting for a peer mentor to be allocated through manual processes. We're really excited about using TyFy, and hope that this system will encourage a greater number of students to engage with peer mentor support and in turn help them to successfully complete their Foundation Year studies."
Katy Lockett, Student Mental Health Project Officer, Keele University.
“A first-class mentoring experience online”
"Laddertech allows us to dramatically scale up our mentoring and networking offering to our future founders. Working with Laddertech, we can offer Ingenuity participants a first-class mentoring experience online, at a time that works for them – meaning no one’s business development journey is hindered by geography, the Covid-19 crisis, or any other unexpected events."
Elizabeth Smith, Head of Programme for Ingenuity.
“Connect talent with knowledge where it is”
"Laddertech solves a key issue we faced pre-covid, and needed to solve more urgently since the pandemic. How do we connect and provide remote support across the programme, and how can we harness the collective intelligence of our network. Laddertech solves this with an online solution that will enable sharing, co-creation, and agility of use."
Steven Chapman, Director of Ingenuity.
“An excellent mechanism for our students”
“…an excellent potential mechanism for our students, enabling them to contact each other for the purposes of buddying and mentoring.”
Jackie Andrews, Skills and Development Manager at Nottingham University Business School.