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Neo4j Inc (previously Neo Technologies) was founded in 2000 in Sweden although it is now based in the United States. Outside of these two countries the company also has offices in the UK, Germany, France and Japan. The company’s eponymous product is available in both Community and Enterprise Editions and is available both on-premises and via Google, Amazon and Microsoft Azure cloud platforms.

The company has a significant partner base. Notable amongst these are Pitney Bowes, which embeds Neo4j within its MDM offering. It is also worth mentioning, which is an open source graph-based (Neo4j) low code development and runtime environment for mobile and web applications.

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Company Info

Headquarters: 111 E 5th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94401, USA
Telephone: +1 855 636 4532


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