TERMINALFOUR t44u 2010 - What's new in Enterprise Search

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  • HighlightsConvergenceSlanted towards current BI trendsMarriage between Search & BI & CIcan deliver broader, faster & richer decision support solutions.The discussion today is focused on convergence between BI, Search and Collaboration technologies.My slant, is to focus on some of the trends and influences around BI currently and some of the advancements in search technologies to explore how BI and search can be brought together to deliver richer, broader and more valuable decision-support solutions.Hello and welcome to this session.Our friends at Butler suggested a discussion topic for the next 30 minutes on how BI, search and collaboration technologies and disciplines are converging.My slant on this topic is to focus on some of the current trends in BI and to explore how the marriage of search technologies with traditional BI (BusinessIntelligence) and CI (Competitive Intelligence) technologies can deliver broader, faster & better decision support solutions.BROADER, RICHER & BETTER DECISION SUPPORT
  • HighlightsContinued and extended role for BI Moving across the enterpriseA tool for coAnd finally, the continued trend for BI to move away from the specialist into general use across all aspects of a business’ operations.
  • Ok, so we know what Ovum meant byGoogleization. Let’s look at some examples.
  • HighlightsContinued and extended role for BI Moving across the enterpriseA tool for coAnd finally, the continued trend for BI to move away from the specialist into general use across all aspects of a business’ operations.
  • HighlightsContinued and extended role for BI Moving across the enterpriseA tool for coAnd finally, the continued trend for BI to move away from the specialist into general use across all aspects of a business’ operations.
  • Ok, so we know what Ovum meant byGoogleization. Let’s look at some examples.
  • HighlightsContinued and extended role for BI Moving across the enterpriseA tool for coAnd finally, the continued trend for BI to move away from the specialist into general use across all aspects of a business’ operations.
  • So, the summary to this discussion falls into two parts:Firstly, the natural evolution of BI is requiring a broader reach of content, of users, and of uses.This evolution is increasingly moving BI into areas in which traditional BI tools have been weak.However, SEARCH AS A SERVICE, provides the enabling technology to allow traditional BI solutions to respond to this evolution.
  • I would like to thank you for listening. I hope the discussion has been of some use and if there are any questions…
  • TERMINALFOUR t44u 2010 - What's new in Enterprise Search

    1. 1. Kevin Starling – Partner ManagerT44U 2010 - DublinExalead
    2. 2. • Technology Trends – Geo Location • Actually, not that new, Rightmove, Via Michelin, Yakaz, 118218 etc – Video Processing • Indexing the whole text – Voxalead – France 24 – new solution • Advanced Semantics• Business Trends – 360 degree business applications • Customer Service • Real-time Business Analysis• New Exalead Product Release (5.1)
    3. 3. DOES A SEARCH • Points of interestVENDOR HAVEprocessing • Search as a serviceANYTHING •TO SAY geo location Non-centric • Advanced extraction • Use of Polygons andABOUT BI? • associated calculations Advanced Semantics • • Personalisation to where Advanced Linguistics YOU are now
    4. 4. • Gain fidelity from unstructured content • Intelligent Tagging • Eradicate noise, find the knowledge nuggets• Text mining • Identify inherent relationships between entities • Understand sentiments• Statistical enhancements to content • Aggregations, averages, relative performance aspects etc• All non-invasive to original source • Don’t frighten the DBA !!
    5. 5. DOES A SEARCH • Speech to Text TranslationVENDOR HAVE • Indexing of full service • Search as a textANYTHING• TO Mining & Fidelity Text SAY • Advanced extractionABOUT BI?• •Advanced Semantics Categorisation • Entity Extraction • Advanced Linguistics • …
    6. 6. DOES A SEARCH • Use all the contentVENDOR HAVE • • Structured, unstructured, Search as a serviceANYTHING TO SAY tracking, CRM, Fault • email, telephone logs, Advanced extractionABOUT BI?• websites statistics, maps, news etc Semantics Advanced • • Simple, clear UI, no Advanced Linguistics training
    7. 7. DOES A SEARCH • Biblical Changes!VENDOR HAVE • • New Admin UIservice Search as aANYTHING •TO SAY Console Business • Advanced extractionABOUT BI?•Mashup Builder • Advanced Semantics • Even faster indexing • Advanced Linguistics
    8. 8. kevin.starling@exalead.com kevin.starling@exalead.com
    9. 9. Kevimnkevin.starling@exalead.com

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