Neo4j, a provider of graph database technology, has expanded the availability of its free Startup Program. The Neo4j Startup Program ensures the next generation of world-changing startups are powered by the leading graph database technology.
Last year, Neo4j says, more than 650 startups enrolled in the Neo4j Startup Program, bringing the total number of program beneficiaries to over 2,000. Members and program alumni span a wide variety of industries, from digital branding and customer experience management to research, civic engagement, geolocation, mining and aerospace. Notable Neo4j Startup Program alumni include Medium, Shutl (Acquired by eBay), SOUQ (acquired by Amazon), OneFineStay (acquired by AccorHotels), Sensity Systems (acquired by Verizon) and Lending Club.
The Startup Program now provides free access to Neo4j Enterprise Edition for startups with up to 50 employees and $3 million in annual revenue. In addition, the program now provides access to Neo4j Bloom for graph exploration and data visualization, enabling startups to share their work more widely with executives, investors, and development teams.
Startup Program members also have access to innovations driven by Neo4j Labs, including support for GraphQL, a Neo4j-Kafka integration, the Neo4j-optimized graph algorithms library, machine learning libraries with step-by-step explanations, and more.
Interested teams should apply to the Neo4j Startup Program here.