March 23, 2009 - Business intelligence and search have overlapped for the past couple of years to give end users easier access to the information they need to make better decisions. Generally, in these cases, search is used to identify pre-formed BI content in the form of reports or analysis that was already created. The actual use of enterprise search however, is much broader and can be used to add more value to organizations beyond simply searching for information and towards embedding intelligence into those applications.
One such example is Endeca’s new McKinley release of the Information Access Platform. Basically, this new platform provides an architecture for building enterprise search applications within a standards-based environment. By taking advantage of 64-bit multi-core processors, the integration of XQuery, and other frameworks to create an open environment, Endeca’s new platform allows organizations to integrate data from anywhere to access it the way they need it.
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