ML Intake

Project overview

ML Intake or Mobotory Input claim is a software aiming to capture incidents on the spot with a high degree of accuracy and send the data instantaneously to the insurance company and the Mobotory AI predictive core. This allows companies to take control over the incidents reducing claim costs and time.

The application is designed around different types of users that can create, modify or view incidents, as well as see statistics of those incidents on different locations and periods of time through a dashboard panel. Since the application uses real data a high degree of security and privacy is built in to keep data safe and secure.

Another interesting feature that we develop is the ability to view the incident form in multiple languages with a simple button, allowing the capture of data between users with different spoken languages. 

The application also provides the users with a videocall integrated nurse system that can assist with basic health guidance when an incident has occurred. 

The application is currently being used in a number of Oklahoma and Oregon restaurant self insured groups as well as in multiple Thrive restaurant group locations amongst others.




Quick service restaurants.


Product ownership.

Software design.

User experience design.

UI Design.

Frontend development.

Branding and marketing updates.

A full scope prototype was created to validate UX and UI, with Desktop and mobile devices in mind.

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