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Re: Wanted: Full Enterprise Search
Posted by: Robb Drew 2007-08-26 21:21:51
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Most of the information you need is hiding -- but where? In unstructured data and on the deep Web. Casual search technologies are fine for retrieving basic information from the Web, or for locating that file you need on your hard drive; and business intelligence tools are just the ticket for slicing and dicing the information stored in huge corporate databases. However, knowledge workers increasingly need both search and BI tools, and the information they must find and analyze could be almost anywhere.


Re: Wanted: Full Enterprise Search
Posted by: Yegor Kuznetsov, Brainware 2007-08-27 05:38:56 In reply to: Robb Drew
Drew, great story!
In your article, you mentioned several enterprise search solutions that can be integrated with BI systems. All of them have one thing in common – they are all based on keyword recognition, or, to be more exact, on recognition of exact definitions.
But what if the keyword is misspelled? Or if you do not know exactly what you are looking for, just have a vague notion?
There are other solutions out there that deal with this problem imitating the work of human brain (we don’t look for keywords, we look for patterns). For example, Brainware possesses a unique, patent-protected technology that sets it apart from other data capture and enterprise search solutions providers. Its products are powered by the world's only engine that does not rely on exact definitions to rapidly sift through mountains of unstructured data. Brainware's technology allows it to recognize and find data through inexact definitions, patterns and context, mimicking the way the human brain processes and sorts information.
Here’s a case study showing Brainware in action:
Fulbright & Jaworski: Leading Law Firm Searches and Shares Knowledge Base Smarter, More Accurately
http://www.brainware.com/brain_case_lawfirm.php

Re: Wanted: Full Enterprise Search
Posted by: sytrue 2007-08-26 21:27:00 In reply to: Robb Drew
In your article you did not mention Ontologlical Search in conjunction with Natural Language Processing. Language and Computing is the only company to offer both. http://www.landcglobal.com.
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