Zirra empowers investors, executives, and other users with a simple-to-use toolbox of analysis outputs that traditionally had been available to a select few.
Zirra offers unique applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Zirra collects and aggregates data from a myriad of public and private information sources, including structured directories, semi-structured databases, and completely unstructured text. Additionally, we generate proprietary new data via crowdsourcing and market surveys. We utilize the latest techniques in Natural Language Processing (NLP) to process large volumes of unstructured text, to detect companies and their semantic context, to model their interrelationships, and to derive dynamic indicators.
We then apply data science and machine learning to produce competitive company analysis products, continuously updated ratings, rankings, and comparisons, and uncover risks and opportunities.
- Launched in 2014
- Recognized by Office of Chief Scientist in Israel 2015 & 2016
- Raised $1.4M led by Moshe Lichtman, AOL Nautilus (now Verizon Ventures) in July 2016
- Launched Zirra’s Spotlight and Due Diligence Online Reports in August 2016
- Planning Launch of an innovative Company Analysis Bot in August 2017
Zirra's customers include global and Tier 1 brands such as Microsoft Ventures, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners , SilverLake Sumeru, Visa Israel, and Verizon Ventures. Using regularly for Investment Screening and Support. In addition, Zirra is in final stages of establishing a strategic agreement with one of the Leading Stock Exchanges, where Zirra's various solutions will play an integral part of their platform.
Zirra's investors are recognized subject matter experts. Moshe Lichtman founded Microsoft Israel R&D Centers, Professor Dan Galai (The Co-Inventor of the VIX Index) and Professor Zvi Weiner are globally recognized researchers in the field of company rating and market risk analysis.
Zirra's unique technology has been recognized by the Israeli Office of Chief Scientist (OCS), resulting with 2 different research grants, valued at $400k in total.