We become what we think about
Founded in 2013, Keeeb and its 20+ employees are located in the US, Europe, and Africa. Keeeb aims giving your employees, clients, and partners access to the knowledge and information of your company efficiently and intelligently.
For this, Keeeb connects existing data repositories, optimizes the search and research process, supports you with artificial intelligence, and focuses on usability. The Keeeb technology makes your knowledge and information management more intelligent, increases your productivity, and saves precious time.
Keeeb is refreshing and reminds me of Heinrich von Pierer's legendary statement at a Siemens balance sheet press conference:
"If Siemens knew what Siemens knows, our figures would be much better."
We make the knowledge and information of your company easily and intelligently accessible for your employees, clients, and partners.
Connection of existing data repositories
Find all your data bundled at a central place whether it is SharePoint, OneDrive, Office 365, Confluence, or an individual solution.
Intuitive search and research process
Increase your efficiency and productivity by searching where you are used to – on Google.
Knowledge advantage through AI
Be always one step ahead of your competitors by letting our artificial intelligence searching for what you should know.
Easy and efficient collaboration
Enhance your team's productivity by collaborating in an intuitive and efficient way.
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Jens RüsterT-Systems International
Keeeb is refreshing and reminds me of Heinrich von Pierer's legendary statement at a Siemens balance sheet press conference: "If Siemens knew what Siemens knows, our figures would be much better.".
T. ReckhausIBM - European Leader of IBM’s Digital Cities
Keeeb is the perfect tool to make our knowledge and information management more efficient and create a more intuitive intranet. Keeeb’s intelligent solution allows us to offer our hundreds of enterprise customers a way, to maintain a smarter overview over their data.
The Wall Street Journal
A personal Google.