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Irish Chamber

2017 Finalist - Nuix


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Irish Australian Business Awards Peoples Choice 2017
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Irish Australian Business Awards Peoples Choice 2017

Hardly a day goes by without news of a massive data breach, an embarrassing leak of valuable or damaging information, a regulatory investigation into corporate wrongdoing, the discovery of an international crime syndicate or child exploitation ring, or the filing of a high-profile lawsuit. And these are just the stories that go public. At the heart of all these issues lies the need to investigate digital information.

Nuix is a privately owned Australian technology company, led by Rod Vawdrey who was appointed Group Chief Executive Officer in May 2017. Nuix was built to understand the DNA of data at an enormous scale. Armed and ready, our software pinpoints the most relevant information organisations need to anticipate and act on cybersecurity, risk and compliance threats. The unique capabilities of our supercharged data processing platform make Nuix one of the most exciting technology companies on the planet.

World-leading businesses and government agencies turn to Nuix when they need fast, accurate answers for investigation, cybersecurity, intelligence, insider threats, litigation, regulation, privacy, risk management and more.

This unique technology advantage has enabled Nuix to grow organically from a select customer base in Australia to a global marketplace in which we work with 1,800 customers in over 70 countries including the biggest public and private enterprises in the world. Our customers include the world’s leading financial institutions, corporations and government departments, all major global regulatory agencies, leading security and law enforcement agencies and all tier-one advisory firms and litigation support vendors.

Nuix has sustained its growth through ongoing innovation, committed customer service, working hard to understand customers’ pain points, but above all else, by providing a product that solves their complex problems when many competitors cannot live up to their claims.

The company employs more than 390 people worldwide, with offices in Sydney, San Francisco, Washington DC, Philadelphia, London and Cork (Ireland).