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IT Support Implementation for a Large Federal Bank

The Challenge A large federal bank managing over $100 billion worth of assets realized that their employees were unable to effectively do their job because they had to sort through copious amounts of content stored across multiple repositories. Specifically, the … Continue reading »

System Migration and Enterprise Search Design Powered by Enterprise Taxonomy, Automated Tagging, and Content Governance

The Challenge Staff at a US-based investment and insurance company were spending extraneous amounts of time finding information through the organization’s search experience. Users had been instructed to interact with search in specific ways (which filters to use, how to … Continue reading »

Five Steps to Implement Search with a Knowledge Graph

Knowledge Graphs and Search are commonly linked together to support search use cases such as: Returning contextual relationships with search results; Displaying relevant topics in a knowledge panel; or Powering an expert finder. These advanced use cases enable an organization … Continue reading »

Evaluating Knowledge Graphs for Search

The Challenge A national research organization wanted to determine the feasibility of building an organization-wide knowledge graph by building a knowledge graph proof of concept (POC), and evaluate the organization’s readiness to adopt knowledge graphs. The organization is one of … Continue reading »

Designing Search on a Knowledge Graph

The Challenge A national research organization identified a high priority need to make research results easier to find. The organization manages multiple research domains that each produce hundreds of research projects, publications, and webinars annually on current, emerging, and critical … Continue reading »

Integrating Search and Knowledge Graphs Series Part 1: Displaying Relationships

I’ve spent many years helping clients implement enterprise search solutions and am constantly looking for new ways to improve a user’s search experience so that they can find relevant content as well as discover new content they may not have … Continue reading »

If I Only Had an (Enterprise Search) Brain: Behind the Wizardry of a Seamless Search Experience

We all know what a seamless search experience feels like. Thanks to Google and Amazon, we expect to immediately find that restaurant, book, or movie we’re looking for. For an end user, using an effective search portal is like watching … Continue reading »

Webinar: Building a Connected Search Experience: Bringing KM and AI Together to Fuel Findability

Presented by Joe Hilger, COO, and Stephon Harris, Senior Developer, on Wednesday, May 13th. In this video, Hilger and Harris discuss how advanced search can leverage KM and AI in order to maximize an organization’s search capabilities and create user-centered, … Continue reading »