Coveo

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Coveo Solutions Inc.
Type Private
Industry Enterprise search
Founded 2004
Headquarters Quebec City, Canada
Key people Louis Têtu, Chairman and CEO
Laurent Simoneau, President and CTO
Products Coveo Search & Relevance Platform,
Coveo for Sitecore,
Coveo for Salesforce
Website http://www.coveo.com

Coveo is a provider of enterprise search and website search technologies, with integrated plug-ins for Salesforce.com, Sitecore CEP, and Microsoft Outlook and SharePoint. APIs also allow for custom integration with other applications.

History[edit]

Coveo Solutions Inc. was founded in 2004 as a spin-off of Copernic Technologies Inc. Laurent Simoneau, Coveo's president and chief executive officer was formerly Copernic's chief operating officer. About 30 employees moved into the new company, with offices at that time in Quebec City and Montreal in Canada and in Palo Alto, Calif.[1]

Products[edit]

Coveo Search & Relevance Platform

Coveo Search & Relevance Platform is a modular enterprise search technology that can index information stored in diverse repositories throughout the company, perform text analytics and metadata enrichment on the indexed content, and make the content findable through search-driven interfaces.

Coveo for Sitecore

Coveo for Sitecore is an integrated website search product to be used in conjunction with Sitecore’s Customer Experience Platform. The product enables the unified indexing of multiple repositories, contextual search, and search management via the Sitecore console.

Coveo for Salesforce

Coveo for Salesforce is an integrated CRM search product to be used in conjunction with Salesforce.com Service Cloud and Communities Editions. The product enables the unified indexing of multiple repositories, contextual search, and search management via the Salesforce console.

Customers[edit]

Coveo claims its clients include more than 700 implementations including AmerisourceBergen, CA, California Water Service Co., Deloitte, ESPN, Haley & Aldrich, GEICO, Lockheed Martin, P&G, PRTM, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Rabobank, SNC-Lavalin, Spencer Stuart, Theodoor Gilissen, and the U.S. Navy.[2] These companies were also mentioned while not confirmed by a citation: HP, PwC, Netezza Corporation, NATO, NASA, AC Nielsen, among many others.[citation needed]

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