Neil Joglekar is a co-founder of ReelSurfer, a startup he bootstrapped and launched from his dorm room at Stanford University in 2008. ReelSurfer offers a unique video search solution to universities, companies, and media networks.
ReelSurfer’s technology allows users to sift through video libraries and find the 30 seconds they really need. Neil and ReelSurfer have been featured in DowJones MarketWatch, TechCrunch, The Washington Post, and VentureBeat. Today, the growing Menlo Park based company is generating revenue and transforming the way users interact with digital video.
In addition to founding ReelSurfer, Neil graduated from Stanford University with an undergraduate degree in Management Science & Engineering. At Stanford, he served on the Executive Committees of the Pre-Business Association and the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES), one of the largest student entrepreneurship organizations in the United States.
ReelSurfer solves the problem of searching for video clips online. Looking for the right clip of online video is like looking for a needle in a haystack. This makes it harder to watch, share, and sell. ReelSurfer has created a solution. With custom video processing and search technology, ReelSurfer can process long video to be consumed in its most usable form: short, relevant segments. Increase the value of your online content by allowing users to find the 30 second segment they really want to watch, and use ReelSurfer plug-ins to let your audience save, share and buy.