Mozenda

Mozenda

Mozenda provides technology, delivered as either software (SaaS and on-premise options) or as a managed service, that allows people to capture unstructured web data, convert it into a structured format.

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Mozenda

Mozenda provides technology, delivered as either software (SaaS and on-premise options) or as a managed service, that allows people to capture unstructured web data, convert it into a structured format.

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Mozenda provides technology, delivered as either software (SaaS and on-premise options) or as a managed service, that allows people to capture unstructured web data, convert it into a structured format. Mozenda customers include “Microsoft, Ancestry.com, Harper Collins, IBM and CTI.” Through a partnership with the University of Pennsylvania, Mozenda provide its web scraping services to researchers at the Wharton School of Business.

History

The precursor to Mozenda is a company called Infosquire Technologies, Inc. that was founded in 2003 in Orem, UT to provide managed data extraction services. On April 30, 2007, Infosquire changed its name to Mozenda Inc. Mozenda’s head office is in Provo, UT.

Funding

Mozenda has concluded several investment rounds; a $1M seed round in May 2009 and an additional $500K seed round in August 2010. An additional undisclosed investment was announced in March 2011.

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