Our modern web-based search engine, hosted.
The Andornot Discovery Interface (AnDI) is a modern web-based search engine and discovery interface, ideal for indexing and searching diverse collections of information.
AnDI is used by libraries, archives, museums, law firms and other knowledge management organizations to index and search resources. It's a powerful search engine for cultural collections, able to index a wide variety of information and present it in a simple, easy to use format.
AnDI is a .net core web application that leverages the open-source Apache Solr search engine. Solr is fast, can handle very large data sets, and has excellent and highly configurable search algorithms and relevancy rankings.
Learn more about the Andornot Discovery Interface and how you can search a diverse collection of resources from a single search point.
AnDI is available through Andornot's managed hosting services, on on-premises.
Why it's the best possible search experience.
Provide one search across everything.
Help your users find resources stored in separate systems, such as DB/TextWorks, Access to Memory, PastPerfect, library and museum catalogues, genealogical resources, digitized newspapers, and council documents through a single search interface.
AnDI was designed to index content no matter the source or metadata used. Mixing data together and relying on AnDI's sophisticated search engine and relevancy-ranked results helps users discover related materials previously stored in separate silos.
Facets such as collection, material type, subject and more help them narrow their search down.
Take a look at some of the projects in our portfolio for ideas of how the Andornot Discovery Interface can help you.
Many additional features can be configured for your project.
We offer a smaller, boutique hosting program.