SDMX and statistical management solutions for official statistics and business
Fusion Registry Community Edition Virtual Machine
Fusion Registry Community Edition is now available as a pre-built 'virtual machine' which provides a fully installed and configured copy of Metadata Technology's free-to-use SDMX structural metadata registry - all in a single package.
No setup required.
Simply download and run it using Oracle's open-source VirtualBox virtualisation tool.
Fusion Registry 9 Enterprise Edition
Fusion Registry 9 Enterprise Edition is a complete integrated data and metadata management system for Central Banks, National Statistics Offices and International Organisations who need to collect, store, manage and disseminate official statistics.
Release 9.2 adds a range of new features
EXCEL DATA REPORTING TEMPLATES
Automatically generate Excel spreadsheet reporting forms using data collector defined templates
Use validation expressions or aggregation hierarchies to validate data
FUSION REPORTING NODE DATA COLLECTION
Automate and streamline data collection from multiple providers
ENHANCED DATA BROWSER
Search, explore, visualise and download data
Fusion Registry 9
Integrated software for managing aggregated data and metadata using SDMX.
SDMX Community Tools
Free to use SDMX software.
Consultancy and Training
SDMX expert advice and training.
Who we are
We’re helping people manage and share statistical information.
Solutions for Official Statistics
SDMX solutions for central banks, international organisations and national statistics offices
Solutions for Business Analytics and Econometrics
Seamlessly integrate time series and cross-sectional statistics from multiple sources into a single unified statistical repository
SDMX is the international standard for describing and sharing official statistics
SDMX (Structural Data and Metadata Exchange) is an international standard that aims at standardising and modernising the mechanisms and processes for the exchange of statistical data and metadata among international organisations and their member countries.
SDMX is sponsored by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the European Central Bank (ECB), Eurostat (the statistical office of the European Union), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD), and the World Bank.