Norconex

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Norconex Inc.
Type Private
Industry Enterprise search
Information technology
Information access
Open Source Software
Founded 2007
Headquarters Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
Area served North America
Key people Pascal Essiembre, (President)
David Gaulin, (Vice-President)
Products Search Engines Support, and Consultation
around Solr, Autonomy,
Google Search Appliance, and many others
Norconex Analytics
Norconex JEF
Norconex HTTP Collector
Website Norconex Inc.

Norconex is a North American information technology company specialising in Enterprise Search professional services and software development (both commercial and open-source).[1]

The company was founded in 2007 by Pascal Essiembre (president),[2][3] currently co-owner with David Gaulin (vice-president).[4] Norconex headquarters are in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada.[5]

Overview[edit]

Norconex position itself as search technology independent, working with different commercial search technology and vendors as well as open-source search. Being based in Canada’s national capital region helped Norconex grow by reaching a good presence in the Canadian Federal sector. In the commercial sector, Norconex customers come from various activity sectors including manufacturing, publishing, health, technology, and legal.

In 2013 Norconex released its first contribution to the open-source community with its HTTP Web crawler (named Norconex HTTP Collector).[6][7][8]

Services[edit]

  • Enterprise Search evaluation
  • Search Architecture and Implementation
  • Mobile Search
  • Information Discovery
  • Taxonomy and Metadata

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