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Agolo (also known as Ninoh) is a company developing data summarization solutions. It offers Agolo Market Intelligence Platform, a research tool that scans news articles and automatically reads, organizes, and summarizes news. The platform is used for market and competitive intelligence, defense intelligence, enterprise content summarization, and research summarization.

TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQNew York, NY, US
Websiteagolo.com
Employee Ratings4.7

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2021)33(-2%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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Key People/Management at Agolo

Sage Wohns

Sage Wohns

CEO & Co-Founder
Mohamed Altantawy

Mohamed Altantawy

CTO & Co-Founder
Sherif Sabry

Sherif Sabry

VP of Engineering
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Agolo Office Locations

Agolo has an office in New York
New York, NY, US (HQ)
30 W 26th St 6th floor
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Agolo Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Agolo total Funding

$3.6 m

Agolo latest funding size

$3.5 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

Agolo investors

Agolo's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $3.5 m. In total, Agolo has raised $3.6 m
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Agolo Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

78/100

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Agolo Online and Social Media Presence

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Agolo Company Culture

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    90/100

  • Compensation

    D

    55/100

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Agolo News and Updates

Agolo attracts Microsoft and Google funding with AI-powered summarization tools

As the ways we consume content multiply and change, media creators are hard pressed to adapt their methods to take advantage. Short-form audio and video news is one growing but labor-intensive niche — and Agolo aims to help automate the process, pulling in the AP as a client and Microsoft, Google, a…

Agolo Blogs

Using Queries to Optimize Summarization of Complex Research

Summarizing complex research is critical for investment professionals and others. But generic summaries often don’t spotlight the specific insights they are seeking to uncover.Looking at this research report about the pharmaceutical company Genmab, here’s what we would see as a general summary of th…

Agolo Knowledge Graph API

Agolo has long used knowledge graphs to improve the quality of its summarization.But these dynamically-generated graphs can be used for many other applications including analytics, network analysis, relationship detection and other intelligence mining use cases.To support these applications, Agolo h…

Multi-Objective Query Understanding for Better Enterprise Search

Query Understanding (QU) is the task of extracting meaningful information or semantic intent from a user query, with the objective of having better search results or summaries in the case of query-based summarization.QU is even more challenging for Enterprise Search. The techniques that work so well…

Query Expansion using Knowledge Graphs

Query expansion augments a search query with other terms such as relevant synonyms or semantically related terms. This process is widely used in Information Retrieval systems to improve the results and increase recall. Users either type queries with minimal keywords that don’t reflect the user inten…

Kubeflow: Automating ML workflows at Agolo

Automating Deep Learning Workflows Using KubeflowThe recent advances in AI enabled data science teams to deliver Deep Learning (DL) models for hard problems like never before. Delivering DL-based products is often a team effort and often, the process starts by understanding the problem and gathering…

Improving Search for Technical Information with Agolo Semantic Similarity

Effective search for technical fields, such as healthcare, energy, and other science-driven fields can be challenging. There are many ways to represent information in those spaces. For example, in the pharmaceutical space, drugs have at least four types of names: the chemical name (IUPAC), molecular…
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Agolo Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Agolo founded?

    Agolo was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Agolo key executives?

    Agolo's key executives are Sage Wohns, Mohamed Altantawy and Sherif Sabry.

  • How many employees does Agolo have?

    Agolo has 33 employees.

  • Who are Agolo competitors?

    Competitors of Agolo include Akkio, Botco.ai and proSapient.

  • Where is Agolo headquarters?

    Agolo headquarters is located at 30 W 26th St 6th floor, New York.

  • Where are Agolo offices?

    Agolo has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does Agolo have?

    Agolo has 1 office.