Indexat has undertaken numerous projects in the information management field including major web site and intranet projects, photographic libraries and creation of classification systems. Listed below are examples of the projects we have undertaken. See also our list of Published indexes
Indexat project managed classification, metadata creation, indexing
and thesaurus construction for Telstra's intranet. The project was part
of a major re-design and restructure of the intranet. Indexat managed
a consortium of three companies. The new search facilities developed
by Indexat was integral to reducing search times on the intranet and
led to improved efficiencies. The project team led by Indexat came in
on budget and time.
Developed web site for wine barrel maufacturer who has offices in France, USA and Australia.
The TAFE centre for Vocational Education and Training was formerly called
VEAC. Indexat undertook to re-design the information architecture (IA)
for VEAC. The project resulted in a web site for the organisation that
provided a greatly improved user experience. This project was finished
on time and on budget.
Design and implementation of computerised indexing and lending system for Worksafe's extensive audio visual collection, consisting in the main of still photographs. The project included database design, indexing 6,500 images, data entry supervision and staff training.
Contract for the design of a classification scheme for products and services produced in Australia. The classification formed the basis of an information service aimed at providing Australian companies with targeted and timely information on export opportunities.
Contract to develop a bibliographic database incorporating all information mediums held by the Centre using Pro-Cite software. Staff were trained to use the system and a procedures manual was written.
Designer: Alinta Thornton