Sound decisions are made daily and typically based on past performance or expertise. When decisions need to be made using historical data it is assumed the information can be trusted. Depending on how the metadata was created or if the metadata is available, it may not be reliable. Organizations need to utilize and access relevant and current content when needed, and at source eliminating the need for secondary applications and in-house expertise. Concept Searching provides a holistic approach improving and streamlining information retrieval, reducing costs and risk.
The Concept Searching Difference
Concept based searching
Automatic metadata generation
Accurate information should be available at any time and at the point of need. Multiple revisions of the same document, information of no value, or just a missing piece of information can derail the decision making process or can lead to making a decision on information that is wrong or of no value. Concept Searching’s technologies transform content into actionable knowledge enabling intelligent content in context to be surfaced at the point of need transforming decision making. From cutting costs to launching new revenue streams the ability to retrieve information based on the content within the documents results in decision making that can be trusted.