Nuix

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Nuix Pty Ltd
Proprietary company
Industry Software
Founded Sydney, Australia (2000 (2000))
Headquarters Sydney, Australia
Area served
1800 customers in 65 countries[1]
Key people
Dr Anthony (Tony) Castagna - Co-Founder and Chairman and Interim CEO
Number of employees
More than 200[2]
Website nuix.com

Nuix Pty Ltd is an Australian company that produces a software platform for indexing, searching, analyzing and extracting knowledge from unstructured data, with applications that include digital investigation, cybersecurity, e-Discovery, information governance, email migration and privacy. The software platform is used by organizations in more than 45 countries.[2]

History[edit]

  • In 2009 Nuix won the NSW Australian Technology Showcase (ATS) export award.[8]
  • In 2009 Nuix won the NSW Emerging Exporter Award.[9]

Notable uses[edit]

Nuix donated software licences and training to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), who used Nuix to investigate the Offshore Leaks data.[10] Süddeutsche Zeitung and the ICIJ also used it to analyze the "Panama Papers".[11]

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