If Google, Microsoft and Oracle are the only three vendors that made it into the Leaders Quadrant of this year’s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search, Gartner has identified many other vendors in the Challengers quadrant that are jostling for position next time round.
Oracle is combining two of its products, Oracle ATG Commerce and Oracle Endeca, into a single solution called Oracle Commerce. The new Commerce is designed to centrally manage customer engagement strategies, provide personalized user experiences and offer scalability that can meet demands.
We knew Oracle was working on a customer experience management (CXM) strategy, the last few acquisitions were clear evidence of that. Now, the enterprise solutions giant is speaking out, announcing its plans.
Android users have millions of apps to enjoy, but there's still some envy for iOS's best-in-class products. Another of those pins will fall down soon, with the upcoming release of mega-popular photo app Instagram while a faster updated Facebook app is out now.
This week Endeca (news, site) rolled out InFront this week, a brand spankin' new customer experience management platform. With the future in mind, the features mainly enable businesses to deliver targeted customer experiences to any channel.
Corporate communicators have been lacking in the social media department for what seems like forever, and while that might have been okay in the past, there's less and less room for the socially inept in today's work force. This week we explored reasons behind the roadblock, as well as other struggles of giants such as Microsoft (Windows Phone 7, anybody?).
Endeca Latitude is a new Business Intelligence (BI) product from Endeca Technologies (news, site) aiming to provide organizations with the ability to not only find the information they’re looking for, but to also understand it -- and make intelligent daily decisions based on that.
A new OEM agreement between search applications company Endeca (news, site) and SAP (news, site) designed to improve enterprise-wide searches will result in the integration of SAP’s BusinessObject Intelligent Search software and Xcelsius visualization product into Endeca’s Information Access Platform (IAP).
Thanks to the integration of SAP’s Xcelsius and BusinessObjects Intelligence Search with IAP, users will be able to access information from multiple sources, including public web sources, and view it visually, whether the information is in response to it a simple business query, or a complex ‘what if’ scenario.
Through the expansion of their Extend Partner Program, Endeca hopes customers will find it easier to integrate text analytics with said platform. On board with their endeavor is a name our readership might me more familiar with: Nstein.
In a content management world obsessed with the dual goals of cutting costs and maintaining -- or improving -- quality in an ever tightening marketplace, the latest partnership between Open Text (news, site) and Endeca (news, site) should help achieve both.
Announced during the week, the two have teamed up to deliver Endeca’s Digital Asset Navigator solution on Open Text’s Digital Asset Management (DAM) platform.
Information access software company Endeca Technologies has just announced the availability of its McKinley release Information Access Platform. The platform provides a new architecture for building standards-based search applications.
After two years of research the new platform will allow for the rapid development and maintenance of search applications that offer Endeca’s Guided Navigation user experience across structured and unstructured enterprise data.
Interview with Dirk Shaw: Vignette's Social Media Strategist. Dirk Shaw spent the better part of a decade helping clients to realize the value of user experience design. Just over three years ago, Dirk traded clients for customers and joined the product world as one of the first members of Vignette's Digital Strategy team.
Identifying Web Trends for 2009. We're not even a month into the new year, but already there is speculation as to what web design will bring. Identifying on-going experimentation may lead us to new and exciting design approaches.
Will Interwoven Leave the Web CMS Market? The acquisition of Enterprise Content Management provider Interwoven by Autonomy was a surprise, not so much because Interwoven was snapped up, but more because it was Autonomy that did it.
Why Obama Loves Enterprise Content Management. There are multiple advantages to a green(er) enterprise. With green IT practices being strategic this year, businesses can not only control costs and efficiency, but also reap environmental benefits.
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