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Founded in 2000 by search engine pioneers, Exalead is a global software provider in the enterprise and Web search markets. Exalead’s worldwide client base includes leading companies such as Price Waterhouse Cooper, Michelin, American Greetings and Sanofi Pasteur, and more than 100 million unique users a month use Exalead’s technology for search.

Today, Exalead is reshaping the digital content landscape with a platform that uses advanced semantic technologies to bring structure, meaning and accessibility to previously unused or under-utilized data in the disparate, heterogeneous enterprise information cloud. The system collects data from virtually any source, in any format, and transforms it into structured, pervasive, contextualized building blocks of business information that can be directly searched and queried, or used as the
foundation for a new breed of lean, innovative information access applications.

Exalead’s technology provides users with a single access point to information, regardless of format or location. Its patented Search by Serendipity┬« navigation system adapts to user habits for a less frustrating and uniquely satisfying search experience. This revolutionary technology and others make Exalead one of the most important companies to watch in the fields of digital content search, discovery, management, security, and storage.

Exalead devotes substantial efforts in supporting research and innovation for helping customers succeed and to be in the forefront of emerging technology developments. Therefore, Exalead is engaged in European and French research projects with academic partners and some of the industry’s top research organizations to forge new ground in the analysis, classification and usage of digital multimedia content, ranging from text, speech, and music to images and video.

For more information visit: http://www.exalead.com/software/

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