Algolia Stock

algolia.comEnterprise Software / Software DevelopmentFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $314.89MM

Algolia, founded in 2012, is a search-as-a-service platform that aims to unlock opportunities for businesses of all sizes by providing fast and relevant digital experiences that drive real results. Algolia's API aims to allow businesses to implement search within their websites, mobile, and voice applications. Algolia is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Ashley Stirrup
Chief Marketing Officer
Adanech Getachew
General Counsel, Registered In-House Counsel in CA
Gaetan Gachet
Senior Vice President, Sales
Kristie Rodenbush
Chief People Officer
Adrian Ivanov
Senior Vice President, Sales US
Jean-Louis Baffier
Chief Revenue Officer
Nicolas Dessaigne
Chief Executive Officer
Julien Lemoine
Chief Technology Officer
Sylvain Utard
Vice President, Engineering

Board Members

Christoph Janz
Point Nine Capital
Martin Mignot
Index Ventures
Philippe Botteri
Accel
Alex Kayyal
Salesforce Ventures

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News Highlights

Walgreens moves to AI-driven search experience with Algolia
The companies hope to provide an AI-driven solution that analyzes users' search terms, predict their intent, and deliver more search results.
‘Search-as-a-service’ API platform Algolia raises $150M
Search-as-a-service platform Algolia has raised $150 million in a series D round of funding led by Lone Pine Capital. 
Algolia Raises $150M in Series D Funding; Valued at $2.25 Billion
Algolia, a San Francisco, CA-based API Platform for Search & Dynamic Experiences, raised $150m in Series D funding at a post-money valuation of $2.25 billion
Updated on: Apr 23, 2024

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