Copyleaks is a fully cloud-enabled, AI-powered enterprise-level plagiarism detection platform. Copyleaks utilizes cutting-edge natural language processing (NLP) technology boosted by machine learning algorithms to go beyond the traditional word-for-word match approach to plagiarism detection and identify paraphrased and similar meaning text.
For businesses and educational institutions, Copyleaks helps verify content authenticity and ownership while providing admissible evidence for copyright infringement through multiple enterprise-grade solutions:
Highly flexible and robust API that brings the entire Copyleaks platform capability to the customer’s UI/UX and ecosystem (LMS, CMS, E-Learning platforms, etc.) to fit the exact and tailored needs of content authentication, leaks, and detection. To make API integrations easier, Copyleaks also offers off-the-shelf SDKs in 7 programming languages: C#, Java, Python, NodeJs, PHP, Ruby, Swift.
CloudScan™, a 100% cloud-based platform that is fully automated for plagiarism and paraphrase detection in over 100 languages. The web-based platform provides a full suite of advanced enterprise-level features, including admin dashboards with reporting & analytics to gain insights, sensitive data masking, and capabilities to create teams and private repositories.
Turn-key integrations with 学習管理システム provide under 30-mins, easy lift-off setup to allow academic institutions to access Copyleaks within their own LMS environment (i.e., Canvas, Moodle, Blackboard,
Brightspace, Schoology, and Sakai).
SiteCompair™ allows comparing two websites against one another for any possible content duplication and copyright infringement incidents. Upon completion, a complete list of similarity results with the exact URLs is made available to the user. Media houses, marketing agencies, and IP lawyers find this product the most useful.
CEO & Co-Founder
VP R&D & Co-Founder
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Revenue Officer
VP of Customer Success
VP of Sales
VP of Marketing
Our team is comprised of two divisions: the Business unit and the Research & Development unit.
Along with our CEO and Co-founder, the Business unit is based out of our NY and CT offices in the USA and is responsible for driving forward the momentum set forth by the leadership team. Finance, Marketing, Sales, Customer Success, and Support functions are part of the Business Unit.
Headed by the VP R&D and Co-founder, the R&D team is based out of our Israel office and employs researchers, QA analysts and testers, and developers. The R&D is primarily responsible for all the product development and upkeep, along with ensuring that customer feedback is absorbed into each development cycle.
We also work with a variety of agencies and white-labeled vendors who work under the Copyleaks hood and provide their services in the areas of marketing and communications (design, PR, performance/SEO, and content), sales (lead generation), legal services, and finance/bookkeeping.
We also work with a range of channel sales partners located in different regions of the world to represent Copyleaks in various markets across the globe, including the EU, South America, and India.
To learn more about our reseller programs, regional resellers, and how to contact them, email us at [email protected].
Copyleaks came into fruition out of personal passion back in 2013, when it was ideated for the very first time. At first, it was a mere idea when Yehonatan Bitton, Co-founder and VP R&D of Copyleaks, discovered that his own website’s content was being copied by other websites. As a result, he was losing valuable search engine rankings, which was impacting the visibility and sales of his business.
Yehonatan had a family-owned business, and they created a lot of original content for their website to be ranked high on Google and get as much traffic. However, they noticed that their website started deteriorating in the search rankings, which ultimately affected their revenues. Upon investigating the reason, they discovered that the content from his website had been lifted and used on a competitor’s website.
At this point, Yehonatan actively started looking for a software solution to detect such misuse of content and quickly failed and came to realize that the solution he was looking for didn’t exist in the market. This was when he floated this “idea” of the gap in the market to his then work-colleague and fellow military veteran, Alon Yamin, Co-founder and CEO of Copyleaks.
Alon Yamin, with his extensive experience working with the Israeli army’s intelligence unit, felt motivated to share Yehonatan’s passion and wanted to come up with a solution to this menace. While serving in the army, Alon actively helped develop state-of-the-art AI and machine learning-powered algorithms for the Intelligence unit, which became the basis for his understanding of the cutting-edge technology that would power Copyleaks in the years to come.
With Copyleaks, Alon and Yehonatan wanted to create a solution that will track content distribution on an ongoing basis, so one can always know that their content is protected. During the initial days of Copyleaks and while researching the demand and application, building a go-to-market strategy for such a technology, they quickly learned the importance of original content in academia. They then decided to expand the AI and machine learning-driven approach to plagiarism detection into the education space.
As the company grew over the years, Copyleaks now provides originality detection solutions, both for the education and business markets. Copyleaks is now strategically partnered with some of the largest content consumers, publishers, and leaders in their industries, on both education and business sides, including Stanford University, Oakland University, Cisco, Accenture, Macmillan Publishing, SEMrush, Examity, Edgenuity, NASA, United Nations, and many more.