Floral Park, NY, December 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Sperse, a innovative meta search engine, announced today the launch of its meta search engine, Sperse.com to the world, that promises to conveniently surprise users with new-foundsearch information as it combines the best of the web in a single search. Sperse searches multiple search engines and filters for duplicates returning more comprehensive, relevant and fast results to the users.
The search engine aims at giving its users what they require. Sperse is also known for providing the most search options to its users, some may include the ability to search Images, Music, Video, News, Local listings, Movies, Music, Jobs, Yahoo Answers and much more.
"The growing complexity and variety of the Internet has naturally fragmented data accessibility online. Today's users are driven to utilize more than one online destination to find the data they seek.," said Shiv Kapoor, CEO and Founder.
This free new technology is an innovative and flexible search solution that allows users to tailor their interest searches through a diverse range of formats. Additionally, unlike other search offerings, users will also be able to streamline their selections through Sperse's ability to offer color images displayed in conjunction with the selected results.
Amar Chugg, Sperse's Chief Operation Officer and CO-Founder, commented, "We genuinely view the Sperse search solution as an innovative search solution that will ease your tasks of daily searching. Search Engines have became an integral part of our daily Internet and web activities and Sperse is extremely pleased to provide its community with a powerful, flexible, feature rich, search solution.
Shiv Kapoor, Chief Executive Officer of Sperse, added: "When results are displayed, the 'Preview' view shows a thumbnail picture and helps users save substantial time by promptly identifying the content they need. Also the integration of several specialized search fields i.e. Web, Images, Audio, News, Video, and others creates a centralized platform for professional users to filter the content they need."
Shiv Kapoor and Amar Chugg also answered various queries on the funding of the website and the revenue model of the site. They said that the funding for development of the website and operational expenditures come directly through the company’s capacity. At present the company is looking for external investors to fund its growth.