Indix is offering free trials of APIs

|November 4, 2015 0

BENGALURU, INDIA: Indix, the cloud-based product intelligence company that provides analytics and insights for brands, retailers and commerce enablers, has announced free trails for its APIs.

The company said that the Indix Product API is now available through a self-serve portal and includes a free trial option.

The Indix Product API provides RESTful, programmatic access to product information such as list price, sale price, availability, store and a variety of product attributes on more than 800 million products. It easily integrates with e-commerce platforms, analytics tools and product information management systems to strengthen a business’ product offering across any channel.


Indix offers a free trial with 200,000 free credits. Developers can start coding to the Indix Product API immediately without using a credit card to sign up. The free trial expires after 30 days or after using all 200,000 free credits, whichever comes first. It also comes with email support and full access to the Indix database.

Other plans include:
Starter: Great for developers with variable monthly product data needs. Usage is charged at $0.35 per 100 credits and is based on data consumption and type.

Standard: Developers purchase a monthly allocation of 200,000 credits for $495 giving them access up to 100,000 product responses. Any overage is billed at $0.25 per 100 credits.

Professional: Developers requiring higher product volume and faster access rates purchase 900,000 credits for $1979 giving them access up to 450,000 product responses. Any overage is billed at $0.22 per 100 credits.

Enterprise: Designed for the most demanding of developers, the Enterprise plan requires an annual contract and includes access to the On Demand API endpoint as well as the ability to add custom site addition requests, additional geography requests, and live support packages.

“Web-based commerce sites have created a wealth of publicly available product data. Accessing and gleaning intelligence from this unstructured data is changing the way people buy and sell goods and services,” said Lyndsay Wise, Research Director, Enterprise Management Associates. “Indix is easing the barriers to achieving this level of Product Intelligence with its self-serve API by enabling companies of all sizes to build applications that anticipate, guide, and help consumers and organizations decide what to buy and sell.”

“The success of retailers and brands today depends not only on their ability to sell merchandise, but also on their ability to surface it to the right customers at the right time,” said Sanjay Parthasarathy, Founder and CEO, Indix.

“Before we started working with Indix, a huge challenge for us was structuring the massive amount of product information we receive from merchant partners,” said Mike Christensen, President, Prosperent, the service that pairs consumer products with relevant content across the Web.

“The Indix Product API gave us access to state-of-the-art data science and machine learning algorithms that improved classifications of all products in the system with surprising and exciting accuracy. Our customers can now search for products in our catalog by accurate categories and ensure the products they want to promote fit the genre they expect.”

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