Pingar

Pingar

Pingar started as a Research and Development operation developed by a group of PhDs. It is an innovative New Zealand company that helps organizations solve the problems of managing unstructured text. They offer products and services that enable businesses to find, organize, and manage content. They also offer technology that works for any document in English and both traditional and simplified Chinese - even e-mails and media stories.

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HQ Location
New Zealand
Year Founded
2007
Employees
50
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