LucidWorks, Inc.

LucidWorks, Inc.

LucidWorks (formerly Lucid Imagination, Inc.) is a provider of enterprise-grade embedded search. It also provides support, documentation, and consulting services for open source Apache Lucene and Apache Solr search technologies.

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