A little about ourselves
FacilityLive is an Italian high tech startup, headquartered in Pavia and with offices in London and Brussels, which develops an innovative technology platform for the organisation, management and search of information containing a next generation search engine with patents granted in 44 countries worldwide (including Europe, USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, Russia, Israel, South Africa and Australia).
FacilityLive is considered one of the European technology platforms of the future. In fact its disruptive technology, that finds exactly what you are asking for, allows people and organisations have a compelling user experience in information search.
FacilityLive raised over 30 Million Euro of private capital and its current company valuation is 225 Million Euro.
Founded in 2010 by Mariuccia Teroni and Gianpiero Lotito, innovators for thirty years in the testing of digital technologies in the publishing world, FacilityLive boasts young talents (coming from all over Italy and returned from abroad), managers and international professionals in its structure.
Gartner, the world's leading information technology research and advisory company, included FacilityLive and its “disruptive technology” in four of its prestigious Global Software Vendor lists: Enterprise Search, Knowledge Management, Point Based Solutions, Cool Vendor 2014 for CRM.
FacilityLive is the first non-UK company admitted to the London Stock Exchange’s ELITE Programme in London (read the FacilityLive profile on ELITE website), is member of the European Internet Forum (EIF), a body created by members of the European Parliament to support the development of digital technology trends in Europe and is one of the very first founding members of the European Tech Alliance, a resource for European governments and institutions to help the industry scale up and create jobs in Europe. FacilityLive realised projects for blue chips such as Vodafone and Accenture and for public administrations including the European Commission.
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