SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Search Engine industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 4 VC funded SaaS startups in the Search Engine industry.
AdeptMind is a SaaS AI/ML startup that pioneers in eCommerce Product Discovery and Shopping Center Marketplaces. Its co-founders recently completed the sale of their prior business, Maluuba, which was highly successful. This time, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, they want to build a rad Silicon Valley-style team.
The only search and product discovery platform designed specifically for commercial eCommerce where conversions count is Constructor.io. In order to provide powerful user experiences across all aspects of product discovery, including search, browse, recommendations, autosuggest, quizzes, and attribute enrichment, Constructor's cloud-based solutions utilize natural language processing, machine learning-enhanced results ranking, and collaborative personalization. Prior to relevancy, we prioritize income. For our clients, who include some of the greatest names in retail including Sephora, American Eagle, Backcountry, Birkenstock, and Bonobos, this has allowed us to consistently deliver $10M+ lifts. Constructor is a global corporation that prioritizes remote work. Eli Finkelshteyn and Dan McCormick created us in 2015.
With its cloud-based software, Ryte, an industry leader in website quality management, helps companies improve the quality and functionality of their websites. More than 1 million digital marketers and agencies use Ryte to enhance the technical health of their websites, boost organic traffic and conversions, and reduce legal risk. The best-known features of it are its cutting-edge crawling technique and unmatched search data. Some of the most well-known businesses in the world, like BMW, Allianz, and Sixt, rely on Ryte to monitor the quality of their websites and maintain their competitiveness online. Marcus Tandler, Andy Bruckschoegl, and Niels Doerje formed Ryte, which has its main office in Munich, Germany, and another one in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Sentieo is the first financial intelligence platform created especially to meet the demands of investors looking for information. For a more effective research process, Sentieo's AI-powered financial search engine combines internal and external resources into a single shared workspace. Sentieo is used by more than 1,100 clients worldwide, including Fortune 500 corporations and 800 institutional investing institutions, to surface, visualize, and share the insights that give them an edge. To learn more, go to sentieo.com.