Leading Edge Search with TellusR and Apache Solr

Track the performance of your searches, enhance your user experience and drive conversions with the TellusR refiner for the Apache Solr search engine.

Improve your search efficiency with neural networks, NLP and statistics

Solr is brilliant for search, but can still be improved. TellusR is the tool that adds the functions you crave. It also extracts relevant information from Solr and presents you with search insights in a human-friendly easy-to-read fashion.

A Better Autocomplete

Help customers find the right search quickly, regardless of bad typing

Insights & analytics

See which search queries convert. Identify trending searches. Eliminate zero-hit queries.

Easy A/B-testing

Test your Solr configuration and improve the user experience on any device, directly from the TellusR Central dashboard!

Take NLP to a New Level

See what happens when you combine solid and fast, traditional tech like Solr with modern neural networks and word embeddings

Solr Synonyms Made Simple

Define custom synonyms for your Solr search specific to your website, target group or topic of interest through the TellusR graphical interface.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Solr and TellusR?

Solr is the popular, superfast, open source enterprise search platform built on Apache Lucene. TellusR is a Solr refiner, giving the search engine additional functionality.

Who created TellusR?

TellusR is created by Sannsyn AS, a Norwegian AI company that provides large and medium-sized companies with insights, relevance and automations.

How do I install?

Create an account on TellusR.com and get your license token. Download the TellusR installer, open it and follow the guide. Once installed, enter your TellusR license token in the TellusR Central.

How does the free trial work?

When you create an account, you get a free trial for 30 days. After the trial period expiry, your paid subscription begins. You may cancel your subscription at any time, including before the trial period is over.