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|Genre||Search and index|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, California|
Matt Riley (CEO)|
Quin Hoxie (CTO)
Number of employees
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Swiftype is a search and index company based in San Francisco, CA, that provides search software for organizations, websites, and computer programs.
In 2017, Swiftype was acquired by Elasticsearch BV.
Swiftype's site search can be used for faceted search, full text search, real-time search, and concept search queries. The company's plans offer on-demand and live recrawls and indexing of websites. Other features include drag and drop result customization, real-time analytics and adjustable weights.
In February 2017, Swiftype introduced a search service to help organizations with data across different services like G Suite, Office 365, and Dropbox.
In November 2017, Swiftype was acquired by Elasticsearch BV.
In May 2018, Swiftype introduced Elastic App Search Service, a new search product for developers.
- Ha, Anthony. "Y Combinator-Backed Swiftype Builds Site Search That Doesn’t Suck", TechCrunch, 8 May 2012.
- Casserly, Meghan. " Site Search (Should Be) Sexy: How Swiftype Raised $1.7M In Seed Funding From SV Bigwigs", ‘’Forbes’’, 15 August 2013.
- Grant, Rebecca. " Swiftype closes $7.5M in less time than it takes to break a habit", ‘’VentureBeat’’, 27, September 2013
- Ha, Anthony. "Swiftype Raises $13M More For Its Smarter Site And App Search“, TechCrunch, 5 March 2015
- Gannes, Liz. " Swiftype Raises $1.7M for Smarter Site Search", ‘’AllThingsD’’, 15 August 2013.
- Ha, Anthony. "Swiftype launches a new product to help companies search across Dropbox, Office, G Suite and more", TechCrunch, 9 February 2017
- Ha, Anthony. "Elastic acquires search startup Swiftype", TechCrunch, 9 November 2017.
- "App Search is Now Generally Available", Elastic, 16 May 2018.