CRN Magazine Names Index Engines a Top Emerging Technology Company for 2007


Share on LinkedIn

Second Year in a Row for Index Engines on the CRN Top Emerging Technology Company List

Holmdel, N.J. – June 6, 2007 – Index Engines, the leader in enterprise discovery solutions, today announced that, once again, it has been recognized by CRN magazine as a top Emerging Technology Company. The CRN Emerging Technology list honors vendors that have developed a highly successful channel strategy. The CRN editorial team chooses vendors for their contributions to technology and channel selling, citing customer references.

Most, if not all, enterprises suffer from the burden of huge amount of unstructured data impeding access to the useful information hidden within in the form of emails and files. This information can be mission-critical when it comes to dealing with legal or regulatory compliance issues, and companies spend big dollars to find the necessary information, but there is one catch: there is no guarantee the information will be located, or if it is located that it will be in time to be useful.

Index Engines’ automated solution for effectively managing and streamlining this normally arduous process eliminate the need for massive resources and significantly reduces costs and eliminates errors associated with non-automated discovery.

“CRN’s Top Emerging Technology list is a key identifier of relevant technology companies that are doing something right when it comes to growing a business with channel partners,” said Jim McGann, vice president of marketing, Index Engines. “The right channel partners make all the difference in the world in meeting demand. Our indexing products give customers room to breathe when they need to find important information to meet litigation, for example, which can make the difference between an outstanding year and a not-so-good year.”

To view the 2007 CRN Emerging Tech vendor database visit:

About CRN
CRN provides Solution Providers and Technology Integrators with the crucial information and analysis they need to drive their companies’ sales. As an advocate for and voice of the Channel, Solution Providers turn to CRN first for immediate information. With more than 20 years of experience, CRN is the most trusted source for 117,000 channel professionals. CRN can be found on the Web at

About Index Engines
Founded in 2003, Index Engines is the leader in enterprise discovery solutions. The company’s mission is to organize enterprise data assets and make them immediately accessible and easily manageable. Businesses rely on Index Engines’ solutions for comprehensive insight into their data in order to streamline the discovery, classification and management of enterprise assets. The Index Engines discovery platform is the only solution on the market that understands storage protocols allowing for high speed, efficient indexing of backup formats including IBM TSM, EMC NetWorker, Symantec NetBackup and CA ArcServe. The Index Engines family of products includes a SAN Engine for ingestion of data in flight on the storage network, a LAN Engine for ingestion of data from NAS filers, and a Tape Engine for direct indexing of offline tape content with the need to restore the files and email.

Index Engines is privately funded and headquartered in Holmdel, New Jersey. Its products are sold and serviced worldwide directly and through Index Engines channel partners. For more information on Index Engines, please visit the company’s website at


Index Engines is a trademark or registered trademark of Index Engines, Inc. All rights reserved. All product names mentioned are or may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective organizations.

News Editor
CustomerThink offers a free news posting service for press releases relevant to our community. To submit your press release to our news editor, send an email to [email protected] with the press release headline and main content in the email subject line and body, respectively. That's it! Approved press releases will appear in our news category within one business day of submission.


Please use comments to add value to the discussion. Maximum one link to an educational blog post or article. We will NOT PUBLISH brief comments like "good post," comments that mainly promote links, or comments with links to companies, products, or services.

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here