PolySpot

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PolySpot
Type Private
Industry Information technology
Unified Information Access
Search Engine
Founded Paris (2001)
Headquarters Paris, London
Key people Guy Mounier, CEO
Products PolySpot Infowarehouse
PolySpot Information At Work
PolySpot Enterprise Search
Website www.polyspot.com

PolySpot is a subsidiary of CustomerMatrix, an enterprise search software company.

Created in 2001, PolySpot has its headquarters in Paris, France. It also has offices in the United Kingdom.

In 2011, PolySpot raised EUR 2.5m from Newfund.[1] and True Global Ventures.

In 2013, CustomerMatrix (US) acquired PolySpot. In December 2013, PolySpot reduced its shareholders equity from 507,209 EUR to 206,120 EUR.

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PolySpot's infrastructure provide a unified information access to all data, through which users can instantly interact with all available information resources, both inside and outside the company, and regardless of whether or how the data are structured.

PolySpot's indexing capabilities are based on the Apache Lucene Solr Java-based open-source projects.

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