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Q-Sensei Corp.
Type Private company
Industry Information technology
Search-based applications
Search technology
Founded 2007
Headquarters Brooklyn, NY, New York, USA
Key people Ute Rother, co-founder and CEO
Wolfram Kerber, co-founder and SVP Software Development
Jason Simon, VP Product Development
Products Q-Sensei Enterprise
Q-Sensei Scholar
Website http://www.qsensei.com

Q-Sensei is a privately owned software company developing search technology and search-based applications for searching through unstructured and structured data on the internet, business networks, private computers, databases and hand-held devices. Q-Sensei is based on multi-dimensional search, which combines full text, faceted search and content analysis to present data organized and correlated along multiple categories or "dimensions" (e.g. date, tag, author, source, language, content type, etc.).[1] This lets the end user dive deeper into a search query on multiple fronts.

Q-Sensei was formed in 2007 through the merger of German-based social knowledge network Lalisio and the US search technology company, QUASM. The company is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY.[2] Its European office is in Erfurt, Germany.

Its name is derived from the Japanese word Sensei, meaning "master" or "mentor".




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