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Updated December 2022.

About Index

Company Overview
Index is a global talent network that enables companies to find, hire, and manage remote software engineers with maximum speed, proficiency, and precision. Access to untapped tech talents and keeping them well-managed and cost-effective made Index attractive to many tech companies. We’re now building an AI-backed platform that makes remote hiring hassle-free. It combines in-country sourcing, a rigorous vetting process, and an easy-to-hire business model to make the remote hiring journey easy and rewarding for both companies and developers. More than 100 companies, including well-known, new-age companies like Omio, Perforce, or MATSUKO, have hired Index pre-vetted developers for their projects.
Company Size 61 UK-based Employees
INDUSTRY Information Technology
Index Head Office

London, United Kingdom

Employee Demographics

  • <2 years - 77%
  • 2-5 years - 23%

Company Culture at Index

The employee experience below at Index, compared to a typical company.

98% of employees at Index say it is a great place to work*, compared to 54% of employees at a typical UK based company.
Typical Company
*Responses to the statement “Taking everything into account, I would say this is a great place to work.” vs. a typical UK company.


This is a physically safe place to work.


People here are willing to give extra to get the job done.


People here are treated fairly regardless of their race or ethnic origin.


People care about each other here.


Management's actions match its words.

Best Workplaces Lists

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