Burns & McDonnell has selected conceptClassifier to power their Intranet search. Burns & McDonnell operates globally with over 3,000 engineers, architects, construction experts, planners, estimators, economists, technicians and scientists representing virtually all design disciplines. The company realizes that the efficient use and re-use of information is critical to their internal collaboration and the supporting of their customers and projects. Burns chose Concept Searching’s technology stack to augment their search process with intelligent tagging, automatic classification and taxonomy management integrated with Microsoft’s SharePoint.
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