Indigo™

Indigo™

Your Portal to Developing Markets Data

Indigo™ is the Birches Group solution for interactive survey access.  Our Indigo™ software allows users to perform sophisticated analyses of our market data, available for over 140 countries.

Subscribers to Indigo™ gain interactive access to all survey data, including information about salaries, fixed allowances, variable pay and in-kind benefits such as meals, loans, cars and housing. Company practices with respect to pensions, medical and other insurance plans, family benefits and leave practices are also available. Users can compare their organization’s data to the overall market, or examine special cuts with selected employers.

Indigo™ contains a range of specialized reports such as social security and tax practices in each country, a summary of benefits provided by employers and our comprehensive labor market job data profile.

With one click, users can change the display of market data values from gross (before-tax) to net (after-tax); change currencies; filter jobs or job families; and export data to Excel or reports to PDF files.

Best of all, Indigo™ uses the same intuitive interface regardless of which countries are included in your subscription, so there’s no learning curve when adding new countries.

For more information about Indigo™, please contact us.

What’s new

Devaluation in Ethiopia: How Should Employers React?

On October 10th, the Ethiopian Birr devalued 15% against the US dollar.  Employers should be aware of the move...

October 19, 2017 / read

Compensation Clinic Coming to Washington, DC

Birches Group staff will be attending and exhibiting at the InsideNGO Annual Meeting from July 19-21, 2017.  Stop by...

June 13, 2017 / read

Venezuela Special Measures – Survey Results

Results of the Birches Group "Survey of Special Measures in Venezuela" are now available.  Multiple annual pay increases, and...

March 15, 2017 / read

Addressing Economic Volatility in Nigeria

The Nigerian Naira dropped almost 60% in value versus the US dollar in 2016.  Should employers take special actions...

February 01, 2017 / read