Endeca

  • Oracle Buys Enterprise Search And Data Management Company Endeca

    Oracle Buys Enterprise Search And Data Management Company Endeca

    Oracle has acquired Endeca, a company that powers enterprise search for large companies. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Endeca has raised a total of $65 million from Bessemer, Venrock, Intel, SAP, Ampersand Capital Partners, DN Capital and Lehman Brothers. Endeca’s core technology enables companies to correlate and analyze unstructured data and provides enterprise search… Read More

  • The Financial Times Launches Its Own Business News Search Engine (Newssift).

    The Financial Times Group, which is owned by the British publisher Pearson, is not exactly the place you’d expect to find the latest search engine. But a startup deep within the bowels of the organization called FT Search is launching one at 8PM ET tonight called Newssift. It is a semantic search engine that sifts through business news, and it is not half bad, especially for bigger… Read More

  • Intel and SAP Put $15 Million Into Enterprise-Search Company Endeca

    Two weeks after Microsoft announced its $1.2 billion acquisition of FAST Search & Transfer, enterprise-search competitor Endeca is getting a $15 million cash infusion from Intel and SAP. This is on top of the $50 million Endeca has already raised in the past few years from Lehman Brothers, Granite Global Ventures, Ampersand Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Venrock Associates and… Read More