What Is ENIndexer?


ENIndexer is an affordable alternative to the pricey professional indexing software packages that are intended for general book indexing.  128.pngENIndexer is designed for a single specific purpose... to create professional looking every name indexes for genealogical and local history related books, including transcription projects for things like town vital records, church records, etc.  And because we understand the financial limitations of authors and small societies, we offer our solution at a small fraction of the cost of full featured indexing programs or hiring a professional indexer. ENIndexer is easy enough to learn that a first time author could be up and running in minutes, making ENIndexer a tool that will should pay for itself even for the one-time user.

Don't miss out on sales because you are missing a name index. Let ENI Software help you make the most of your investment in time and resources, producing a high quality index to be included in your local history or genealogy text that will help drive sales and make your book more appealing to a broader audience.  And we won't stop there. If you use ENIndexer to index your next book, you are automatically eligible to take advantage of our ENISoftware Author Relationship program, in which we will help promote your book through our web site and social media channels once published.

But don't take our word for it. You can download a fully functional trial that will allow you to cerate an index of up to 100 names, edit and create a formatted index suitable for publication.  Take it for a test spin before you buy.  If there's something you don't like about it or would like to see some additional features, let us know. We're always willing to listen to ideas on how to improve.

Why Does My Book Need An Index?

There are lots of reasons why people say their book doesn't need an index. It's only for family. I don't have the time or knowledge to index it. My chapter titles are good enough. We've heard them all.  IF you are thinking your genealogy related text doesn't need an index, check out this blog post where we talk about some of the most common reasons:



Recently Indexed

Recently Indexed

 Maine Families in 1790
Volume 11


Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II, FASG
Special Publication #73 of the Maine
Genealogical Society
18,700+ Every Name Index

Available Exclusively Through The Maine Genealogical Society


Vital Records of Newcastle, Maine


Compiled by Marlene A. Groves
Special Publication #72 of the Maine
Genealogical Society
8,000+ Every Name Index

Available Exclusively Through The Maine Genealogical Society