Learn How Index Data is Helping to Reshape the Future of Libraries

FOLIO: The Future Of Libraries Is Open

Simplify & Unify Discovery across Disparate Information Sources

A universal access point to any data source imaginable – seamlessly combining indexing and harvesting.

Keep Up with the Expanding Information Universe

Whether open access or subscription-based, we help your users find the information they need.

Collaborate with the Experts in Information Access

Indexing, harvesting, screen scraping - whatever your challenge is, chances are we’ve already seen it and worked on it.

Leverage Free Open Access Resources

Use MasterKey Express to bring hundreds of freely available resources to work for your organization

Information Toolmakers

Since 1994, Index Data has offered software, custom development, hosted services and integration consulting with a focus on search and information access.

We provide a suite of modular tools to do everything from harvesting and indexing metadata, to on-the-fly combinations of results from hundreds of sources, to complete information portals.

Simplify, Empower

Everything we do aims to empower users, developers, and businesses by packaging just the right functionality into modular, flexible solutions.

From our SaaS Database Connectors to our Smart Widgets to our Hosted Portal, our model takes difficult problems in Information Retrieval and packages a solution to enable you to do more.

For the enterprise

Federated search, harvest, indexing - MasterKey brings everything together in a commercially supported platform that includes web-based administration and a full set of APIs for tight product integration.

Make us your search partner: our team can work as an extension of yours, with a constant focus on how to make search and retrieval work better in your application.

On Wednesday, November 16th, Index Data’s Peter Murray will host a FOLIO Forum on the development roadmap. Harry Kaplanian from EBSCO will present the short, medium and long term goals for the FOLIO development effort and take questions from participants. Registration is free; follow the FOLIO Forum registration link for more details.