Websites presented by most mainstream search engines represent only a fraction of what’s freely available online. With its DataVoyant platform, Cardiff-based AMPLYFI lets businesses harvest vital information hidden in the deepest levels of the web.
While working for BP, Chris Ganje and his future business partner Ian Jones had a eureka moment. Mining the internet for business intelligence is nothing new. But could organisations improve their decision-making even further – and spot potential disruptions on the horizon – if they could analyse online data that normally remains hidden?
The duo set up AMPLYFI in 2015, having started working on what would become their flagship product DataVoyant the previous year. It’s a software platform that harvests information from both the surface web – the pages that are returned by search engines such as Google – and the deep web, the parts that consumer search engines choose not to present.
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