We don't want to serve the global web
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(PRWEB) February 16, 2009
Persons wishing to surf the net for Caribbean content without having to navigate a sea of spam and billions of unrelated pages, can now finally do so. is4we, Inc., a small up-and-coming IT outfit headquartered in Dominica, on January 13th 2009, launched http://www.is4we.com, a Search Engine dedicated to serving exclusive Caribbean related content from across the globe. The world's first and only dedicated "global Caribbean" search engine, the groundbreaking search service allows users to search for anything and everything related to the Caribbean across web, images, news and business.
In today's fast paste age, is4we offers users the convenience of 'one-stop-surfing' for Caribbean related content. There are already other websites and search engines which serve up Caribbean content. However, the effort and time required to mine this information is laborious and wasteful and after digging through many pages and pages of content, the results are very often less than satisfactory. is4we cuts through the clutter, streamlines the search process, and returns quick and precise results. Serving millions of gigabytes of content on every conceivable thing in and about the Caribbean, is4we is the one must-have internet resource for anyone even with the slightest interests in isolating Caribbean related information.
is4we search features are not new to the industry. Its touch down however is in its ability to deliver the Caribbean niche using their own unique search index. Is4we does not use results from its competition. is4we's web search delivers the most authentic results for queries related to exclusive Caribbean content. Their Image Search delivers uniquely returned image results that can differentiate between an image that says it's Caribbean based on keywords and pixel content. News results come from Caribbean news sources that are vetted and verified on a case by case basis. With over 95,000 business listings in its Yellowpages, is4we's business search puts users in touch with Caribbean owned businesses from across the globe. Related search prompts provide the most popularly ranked, relevant, and related search results that best match the submitted queries. is4we's suggestive search matches likely terms that users might be interested in based on the content being researched. Rounding off their search options, is4we related business and news widgets allow users to browse useful related content from the news and yellow pages databases.
Their technology and services at is4we are similar to that of the global dedicated service providers. Developed over a three-year period, their core design team was made up of software engineers spanning the Caribbean and three continents; Dominica, Romania, Vietnam and India. Nonetheless, the concept and energy behind the initiative is wholly Caribbean and homegrown. As the new kid on the block however, is4we lacks the mega marketing dollars and visibility. But what is4we may lack in reputation and budgets, it more than makes up for in innovation, creativity and vision. Furthermore, is4we does not care to challenge the global dominance of its forerunners. Its business is totally focused on the Caribbean niche. "We don't want to serve the global web," says Ibrahim Abdullah, CEO, "just the Global Caribbean." Consequently, is4we is committed to finding, creating, serving and providing exclusive Caribbean content without the clutter and errors for specific subject searches.
Users however can expect much more than content search from is4we in the ensuing months. "Our vision," says Abdullah "is to creatively bring to users an exciting online Caribbean user experience that will span content search, social networking, eCommerce and holiday/vacation solutions. With less than a month since its official launch, is4we.com is still flying below the radar. It's only a matter of time however before the word gets out and what was but a small step for our international team of developers may very well be a giant step for the Global Caribbean online."
Welcome to the new Global Caribbean; welcome to is4we. They invite you to visit at http://is4we.com, send in your feedback and help them get the word out. Pleasant surfing!