Nuix trawls the heart of deception
Digital investigation software from Nuix has a habit of turning up in the guts of many of the most juicy investigations of modern times and that gumshoe trail is leading the Sydney firm into brand new markets like adaptive security.
Nuix’s digital investigation and document discovery platform helped crack the Utegate scandal of 2009, was used extensively during the wash up to the global financial crisis and is now helping trawl through the 2.7 terrabytes of Panama Papers.
It has over 1500 customers spread across 60 countries with sales and or development offices in the US, the UK, Singapore, the Philippines and Germany and more than 250 employees.
Not bad for an Australian software firm that got going in the early 2000s, long before the current hype, government policy interest and relatively deep funding assistance for startups.