Krillion aims to alllow consumers to compare and connect with local retailers. Krillion aims to apply local search expertise and a an aggregated database of product, location and in-stock availability information to help consumers answer the question: "where can I buy it now and pick it up today" Krillion works with search engines, manufacturers, publishers and retailers to offer ready-to-buy shoppers access to Krillion's data wherever they research products online. Krillion's technology described as the Krillion Localization Engine (patent-pending) offers localized search results that aim to offer thousands of products in over 40,000 U.S. locations. The company's real-time StockCheck tool aims to transform the Web-to-store purchase process and drives in-store traffic and sales.
Expert Collections containing Krillion
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Krillion is included in 2 Expert Collections, including E-Commerce.
Companies that sell goods online (B2C), or enable the selling of goods online via tech solutions (B2B).
Store tech (In-store retail tech)
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Latest Krillion News
Feb 17, 2015
Publisher: Miami Herald Date: February 17, 2015 Working out of a Starbucks in 2012, Obdulio Piloto saw an article about the Peter Thiel Foundation’s Breakout Labs seeking revolutionary ideas in technology to fund. He and Ian Cheong, a friend he met while they were both obtaining their doctorates at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, thought they had one: a universal platform that would allow diagnosis for multiple diseases easily, cheaply and quickly. Many people in developing countries lack access to life-saving diagnostic tests because of their high cost and the countries’ lack of advanced medical infrastructure. Piloto sent in that idea for a company called Entopsis. Read more here . Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/the-starting-gate/#storylink=cpy
Krillion Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Krillion founded?
Krillion was founded in 2006.
Where is Krillion's headquarters?
Krillion's headquarters is located at 607A West Dana Street, Mountain View.
What is Krillion's latest funding round?
Krillion's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Krillion raise?
Krillion raised a total of $9.15M.
Who are the investors of Krillion?
Investors of Krillion include Local.com, Aspenwood Ventures and Leapfrog Ventures.
Who are Krillion's competitors?
Competitors of Krillion include Retailigence and 6 more.
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