Build game-changing graph visualization products that turn connected data into insight.
Connected data is all around us. It’s in financial transactions, communications records, IT networks and beyond.
The best way to understand it is to visualize it.
Applications built with KeyLines offer new ways to join the dots in your data, revealing threats and hidden insight.
A powerful toolkit
KeyLines makes it easy to build and deploy high-performance network visualization tools quickly.
Every aspect of your application can be tailored to suit you, your data and the questions you need to answer.
Technology for the whole team
We believe data visualization should not be restricted to the newest or most powerful machines.
KeyLines applications work on any device and in all common browsers, to reach everyone who needs to use them.
A scalable, flexible solution
KeyLines is compatible with any IT environment, letting you deploy your network visualization application to an unlimited number of diverse users.
You can build a custom application that is scalable and easy to use.
Are you ready to get started?
Our customers span six continents. They range from pioneering startups to Fortune 500 companies and national governments.
Why choose KeyLines?
KeyLines cuts out development hours and resources spent building your own application from scratch, without compromising on specifications.
It fits in
KeyLines works with any server and all common browsers. Dedicated support and detailed documentation helps your developers get started right away.
The US Army, UK Government and Visa already trust KeyLines to work in the most challenging environments for tens of thousands of users.
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