Neo4j – The Leader in Graph Databases

We Help the World Make Sense of Data

Neo4j enables organizations to unlock the business value of connections, influences and relationships in data: through new applications that adapt to changing business needs, and by enabling existing applications to scale with the business. Headquartered in San Mateo, California, Neo4j has offices in Sweden, Germany, Singapore, and the UK.

Our vision is to help the world make sense of data.

Neo4j: A Quick History

2000

Neo4j’s founders encountered performance problems with RDBMS and started building the first Neo4j prototype

Neo4j Founders: Emil Eifrem, Johan Svensson and Peter Neubauer

2002

Developed the first ever version of Neo4j

2003

First 24×7 production Neo4j deployment

2007

Formed a Swedish-based company behind Neo4j. Also open sourced the first graph database, Neo4j, under the GPL

2009

Raised seed funding, $2.5M, from Sunstone and Conor and continued development

First Global 2000 Customer

2010

neo4j-20010Released
Neo4j version 1.0

2011

Raised A round and moved headquarters to Silicon Valley

2012

Raised $11M Series B from Fidelity, Sunstone, and Conor

GraphConnect SF 2012GraphConnect, first conference on graph databases

2015

Raised $20M Series C from Creandum with Dawn and existing investors

neo4j community

2M+ Downloads of Neo4j

2016

Neo4j 3.0 Released

$36M Series D from Greenbridge Investment

2017

Neo4j Desktop Released

Neo4j announces the industry’s first Graph Platform.

2018

Neo4j Bloom Released

$80M Series E led by Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital & One Peak Partners

2019

Neo4j Aura Launched

2020

Neo4j was recognized as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™ for Graph Data Platforms, Q4 2020

GA Release of Aura Enterprise

Launched The Neo4j Graph Data Science Library

Formed Graphs 4 COVID-19

World of Graphs

Today, thousands of organizations from startups to Fortune 500 companies are using Neo4j to build new and innovative applications that leverage connections in data such as recommendations, impact analysis for network and IT operations, real-time routing for logistics and the next generation business applications such as master data management, identity and access management, content management, fraud detection, portfolio and risk management.