Herbarium of Andalas University (ANDA) is one of the active herbaria on Sumatra, Indonesia. Currently, the herbarium hosts about 65,000 sheets of herbarium collections, consisting of vascular plants and moss. The main collections are from Sumatra and adjacent islands. The herbarium serves both for research and education. Since 2018, we worked with the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) to catalog and digitize our collections to improve the accessibility of the specimens. Since then, we have cataloged up to 13,568 of geo-referenced data from 374 species in 85 genera within 15 families of vascular plants. Among all of the families we have cataloged are Balsaminaceae, Begoniaceae, Dipterocarpaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fagaceae, Gesneriaceae, Nepenthaceae, Polygalaceae, Rosaceae, Sapotaceae, Symplocaceae, Pandaceae, Phyllanthaceae, Putranjivaceae and Chrysobalanaceae. Among them are 40 species that are endemic to Sumatra. The program is our first step to improve research and education for species on Sumatra.