San Francisco, California – (The Hosting News) – September 25, 2007 – Search firm, IntelliSearch, has been listed in the niche player quadrant of Gartner, Inc.’s Magic Quadrant for Information Access technology 2007 report.
Harald Jellum, Founder of IntelliSearch remarked, ”We consider our positioning in the magic quadrant by Gartner a further confirmation of the IntelliSearch mission to enable customers unlock the power of information through Enterprise Search. IntelliSearch continues to innovate while we execute on our product roadmap. With the recent launch of IntelliSearch 2.0, we deliver an enterprise search platform for all enterprise search needs that will impact the information access industry and further enhance our market position.”
The IntelliSearch platform 2.0 is an enterprise search solution that provides a single point of access to all corporate content repositories to simplify access and to improve your business flexibility, employee productivity, and return on assets. The solution enables search and monitoring of all business internal and external information related to the employee’s role and interest. The result is a personalized search result that can be distributed to email, text-messages and personalized monitoring page – all according to preferred frequency. The platform includes 6 new solution sets that are all Web 2.0 enabled. The solution sets are: Enterprise Search, Website Search, eCommerce Search, Competitive Intelligence, Online Media and OEM Search (embedded in third party application).
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Recently, Intellisearch entered into a partnership with search visualization and discovery firm, Groxis, in an effort to enable discovery-oriented enterprise search. The agreement entails an integrated product and service offering that extends the power of enterprise search. The combined IntelliSearch/Grokker solution is expected to help customers get more value out of their search deployments.
According to the company, Groxis’ discovery software platform, Grokker ESM, maximizes the value of the IntelliSearch Enterprise Search Platform by providing federated integration to multiple content repositories, and extended retrieval capabilities through dynamic information clustering and filtering tools. Grokker’s visualization and exploration techniques enhance the graphical user interface and allows for presentation of hundreds of search results on a single page, in a user friendly and research efficient way. Grokker’s collaboration tools, combined with IntelliSearch, are designed to enable knowledge sharing across the enterprise. IntelliSearch ‘s Version 2.0 allows Groxis’ customers to search files residing in any application within the enterprise — helping knowledge workers utilize internal data federated with external information accessed by Grokker, such as subscription content. This allows Groxis’ customers to use their Grokker deployment as a central information access tool covering all corporate information sources.
IntelliSearch’s strategy and business is to make relevant and wanted information available to corporations and individuals, by addressing all information access and distribution needs. IntelliSearch offers 6 solutions sets built on our award-winning Search Platform. The solution sets are typically used in six areas: Enterprise Search, Website Search, eCommerce Search, Competitive Intelligence, Online Media and OEM Search (embedded in third party application).
Groxis is a visual search technology firm and the creator of the patented Graphical Information Interface (GII). Groxis develops and markets Grokker, an enterprise search management platform based on the GII. Corporations, universities, and content publishers are using Grokker to improve exploration, organization, and sharing digital information. Grokker ties together corporate databases, subscription content, and search engines in a visual user interface that yields increased productivity through efficient research and collaboration. A privately held company backed by leading venture investors, Groxis is based in San Francisco’s financial district.
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