FOR OVER A DECADE WE HAVE BEEN DEPLOYING VARIOUS SEARCH ENGINE SOLUTIONS TO AGGREGATE DATA FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES AND ACCESS THEM WITH OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE.

WE HAVE SUPPORTED THE TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THESE TOOLS WHICH HAVE NOW FAR EXCEEDED SIMPLE DOCUMENT SEARCHES TO MEET COMPLEX USAGE CASES: RECOMMENDATION, AUTOMATIC CATEGORISATION VIA MACHINE LEARNING, SUMMARY VIEWS AS 360° VISIONS, ETC.

Factors at stake

Development in our use of search engines in the last ten years:

Our know-how

We implement corporate search tools to facilitate quick access to relevant information by offering a single point of access to documents from multiple sources.

  • Identify similar documents (close, versions, duplicates)
  • Link content to foster connections between related documents
  • Summarise information through business-oriented views which summarise the main information and allow a drill-down by need and user profile

Garter presentation of search platforms as Insight Engines take account of the technological developments of these tools which include advanced components in text analysis, automatic processing to go from document search to recommending useful information to the user.

The objective of the implementation of an enterprise search tool is to promote access to information, both structured or non-structured, and totransform data cemeteries into knowledge bases.

Technological Basis

Our Partners

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