Attivio brings together the traditionally distinct worlds of structured data stacks and unstructured content repositories, providing the precision, reporting and analysis of SQL with the fuzziness of search
Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 19, 2009
Sid Probstein, Chief Technology Officer of Attivio, recently participated in an exclusive interview with Mary Jo Nott and the BeyeNETWORK (http://www.BeyeNETWORK.com). Mr. Probstein explains how Attivio's Active Intelligence Engine (AIE) is powering the next generation of information access, integrating enterprise search and business intelligence (BI) capabilities through its unique ability to combine structured data and unstructured content in one universal index.
"Attivio brings together the traditionally distinct worlds of structured data stacks and unstructured content repositories, providing the precision, reporting and analysis of SQL with the fuzziness of search," says Mr. Probstein. "We can ingest content from any source while maintaining the relationships of your database. AIE's performance, scalability and simplicity allow you to get the system up and running quickly, avoiding the traditional pitfalls of high infrastructure cost and lengthy implementations."
AIE helps ensure that daily decisions are based on current, complete, strategic information derived from all important sources. By enabling automatic updates and alerts in real time, AIE affects business processes when it matters, at the convergence of business decisions and actions. With a complete view of the information landscape, solutions that include AIE are more relevant, easier to deploy, and enable better business decisions. AIE is easy to install, linearly scalable, and perfect for custom solutions and application embedding.
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"The new power in business will happen as search, business intelligence and data warehousing collide to create a new dimension for unified information access. Attivio's Active Intelligence Engine brings this new frontier to your business," says Mary Jo Nott, Executive Editor of the BeyeNETWORK.
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Legacy enterprise search, business intelligence, and database solutions limit you to only a part of your information assets to make decisions. The new power in business comes from combining the individual strengths of these application categories.
Attivio's award-winning Active Intelligence Engine (AIE) is powering the next generation of information access, integrating enterprise search and business intelligence capabilities through its unique ability to combine structured data and unstructured content in one universal index. AIE can drive data to end users and to other systems as new content matches against saved queries, driving the shift from just finding information to effectively using information.
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