Our Software searches more than 120 relevant online marketplaces for your products and brand. Our own developed Marketplace Scan inspects sales platforms worldwide, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition to potential counterfeits, we reliably identify trademark abuse and copyright infringement.
We work with flexible algorithms that build on machine learning and carry artificial intelligence in their DNA. Our approach combines a deep search of keywords and images, where the Sentryc algorithm gets to know your products better with every search, every find. Keywords, detailed descriptions and photos lead the way to your articles on the internet.
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In addition to textual information, our self-learning software is primarily looking for images on marketplaces. With a particularly sophisticated and intelligent image search, we ensure that we do not miss manipulated photos of your products as well as images of plagiarism.
Sentryc stands for automated brand and product protection made in Germany. With our passion and experience, we track down product pirates wherever they are up to mischief on online marketplaces and social networks. We consider ourselves guardians for your branded products, your trading partners, and your customers.
With our risk analysis, you always get an individually tailored offer with recommendations from our experts. But honest feedback is also always welcome!
We take care of the set-up! It usually takes less than 2 weeks from the implementation to the first take down. After that, we usually issue a take down in less than 48 hours.
Our superheroes are always there for you. Whether you have questions or need a new Health Check: transparency, loyalty and agility are our guiding values.
Made in Germany stands not only for special quality and great reliability, but also for safety standards and GDPR conformity.
Produktpiraterie bereitet auch den deutschen Maschinenbauern zunehmende Sorge. Ein Land fällt wie zu erwarten besonders negativ auf.
Customs officers in Miami have seized $1.7 million in counterfeit perfume from China that could have been sold as Mother's Day gifts.