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Turn unstructured data into actionable intelligence with Industrial Search™
Deliver incredible relevance and context for indexing, searching, and retrieving information
Securely search, query, and find various types of data across centralized or siloed databases. Leverage the power of AI to go beyond keyword (enterprise) search and empower your operations, today.
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Industrial Search™ goes beyond enterprise search
- Comprehend search intent intelligently: Based on your existing data and workflow, Industrial Search augments your current systems to provide event-based search results that can trigger automated work steps in ERP, CRM, and applications.
- Reduce cycle time and automate work: Accelerate quotation processes, sourcing of critical parts/products, and improve asset maintenance, all while maintaining or exceeding quality standards with new forecast models made possible by neural networks.
- Scale without costly infrastructure: Sorting, indexing, storing, and querying multiple silo or centralized databases is costly. Instead, let the power of neural networks organize the relationships and allow your business to only access information needed when data is in transit.
- Unlock new customer experiences: With new insights and intelligence, enterprises can simplify procurement, understand supply chain vulnerabilities, map out customer behaviors, and give more information to your ecosystem of users that can confidently make decisions.
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