By Neo4j Staff Editor | March 26, 2013
Mumbai-based Just Dial Ltd, which runs the India-specific local business listing platform Justdial.com, has received approval from the market regulator Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to go ahead with its proposed initial public offering (IPO).
Justdial is India’s “most addictive” calling service that texts/emails you contact information for any business listing while you’re on the go. With 57 million users across 2000 towns and cities in India, the company has more than 4500 employees working for them in various branches. The mobile version of Justdial, is designed for the users who are on the move and need instant access to information. The mobile platform of Justdial permits location-based search service that provides details of businesses in and around the user’s location.
Now with services in the US, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK, Justdial chose Neo4j for an added social angle to their offering. On top of that, they integrated Neo4j for better search capabilities within the app.
Justdial recently won the Ernst & Young Young Entrepreneur award, and Just Dial’s IPO is expected to be the biggest public issue by an Indian company in the consumer internet business.
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