|Emmanuel Keller||Hugues Burghard||Séverine Griziaux||Dr Serguei Victorov||Naveen.A.N||Alexandre Toyer|
|Chief Technical Officer||Sales Manager||Marketing Manager||R&D Manager||Development and QA Engineer||Technical project manager|
OpenSearchServer began in 2007 in Infopro Communications, a French B2B media group with online and offline activities in news and information brokerage for 5 vertical segments.
Because there wasn’t any existing Search solution which offered an appropriate mix of features, price and ease of use, it was decided to create some software internally which would use the most advanced Open source components available and provide unsurpassed functionality. The new software would offer all the necessary modules for professional Enterprise Search applications and would become a comprehensive solution that could be used in many different internal applications. The new software would be called OpenSearchServer.
Right from the start, this project was led by Emmanuel Keller, CIO of the group, who had a team of 20 engineers, of whom 3 were dedicated to the project.
In 2008, the first application was created with OpenSearchServer. Results were so positive that a year later, OpenSearchServer was in use in 10 more applications.
The quality of the software, and the efficiency of the applications which were produced with it, convinced Emmanuel that a larger group of customers would be happy to use it. After some meetings with the CEO of the Infopro group, they reached an agreement. He resigned from his position and acquired all rights to OpenSearchServer in December 2009. Infopro Communications became his first customer and Emmanuel launched the new company in February 2010.
After thorough analysis of the market, the design of an ambitious roadmap and the signing of the first contracts, a group of investors led by Kima Ventures provided the first round of financing in February 2011.
Since then, the company has redoubled its efforts to grow the team, attract more customers and write the history of the young company.
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