30 Digits

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30 Digits GmbH
Type Private
Industry Information access
Information retrieval
Web mining
Open Source software
Founded 2008
Headquarters Munich, Germany
Area served Europe
North America
South America
Asia
Key people Justin Gilbreath (Managing Director)
Mathis Koblin (Director of R&D)
Products Search Engines
Information Discovery Suite
Apache Lucene
Apache Solr
Web Extractor
Website www.30digits.com

30 Digits is a privately held information access and retrieval company with headquarters in Munich, Germany[1] located in the "Münchner Technologie Zentrum".[2] The company was founded in 2008 and offers software that is a mix of privately developed code and leading Open Source technology primarily from the Apache Software Foundation.

There are two main focuses of the company. The first is around enterprise information access solutions from areas ranging from call-center applications to enterprise search to database offloading. The second is on solutions created out of unstructured content on the web being structured for analysis,[3] often referred to as web harvesting. This can be for monitoring security threats or observing customer reactions to products. It can even be used to gather complex address and other details about entities like properties.[4] Sometimes the focuses blend together in areas like Market or Business Intelligence where both internal and external information needs extraction, analysis, and retrieval capabilities.

In addition to the software solutions, 30 Digits Professional Services offers services to assist customer in designing and deploying the correct solutions for the challenge at hand.[citation needed] Trainings, support, and consulting are available both on 30 Digits software and the Open Source software they work with like Lucene and Solr.[5]

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