Coveo for Sitecore brings the full power of the Coveo Enterprise Search engine into the Sitecore Web CMS environment. The integration allows Coveo to add faceted search and navigation to any Sitecore instance, using Sitecore fields as facets, and gives you the ability to quickly add rich and/or advanced search experiences to Sitecore-powered websites.

Core features of the integration include a search results page type that allows the search experience to be designed using the Sitecore page editor, connectivity with external systems and data sources (may require additional Coveo connector licenses), a Coveo crawler indexer for web content, filtering / faceting UI widgets that can be dragged into the Sitecore search results page, a search rules wizard that can be configured by business users, mobile responsive UI and support for Sitecore's Search Provider API.

The Coveo for Sitecore product is typically licensed perpetually and priced as a function of your Sitecore license fees.

Product Details

Product
Coveo for Sitecore
Company
Coveo Solutions
HQ Location
Canada
Year Founded
2004
License
Commercial
Deployment
On-Premise

Tags

Primary Use Cases

Website Search. Data Integration. Faceted Navigation.

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