Frustrated with your enterprise search process?
Slow, unproductive, uninformative. Is that your enterprise search solution? Your questions are clear: What do I have? Where's my data? And how do I get it? But the answers are often murky—duplicate documents, broken links, hoarded data that's inaccessible, and different versions of files in different offices.
What data do I have?
Tired of searching—and not finding—important data? Don't have time to write complicated search programs? Not even sure what data you have? You're not alone. And it's costing you…big time.
Fortune 500 companies lose $12 billion annually because of intellectual rework, substandard performance and inability to find knowledge resources.* Enterprises spend more than $884 billion on information technology. It can cost $10,000 per terabyte of data per year to manage that data.
Enterprise content is growing by 80 percent each year—the search problem is growing, too.
* IDC (International Data Corporation), “The High Cost of Not Finding Information"
Where's my data?
Data hoarding can slow or even stop essential information gathering, reporting and decision making . For many enterprises, 35 to 50 percent of critical data is inaccessible.
The original intent may have been to keep the corporate intranet unpolluted. But the result is that people who need data to make important decisions often can't find it. Many enterprises don’t even know how much data they are storing—out of reach or as duplicates.
Can I get the right data at the right time?
Knowledge workers in one office or many need to find the right data easily. Time is money. In today's information-based economy, timely access to critical data means money saved. It separates winners from losers. Data that's locked away can't be used in decision making. So you get bad decisions, wasted time, and lost profits.
What’s the cost of lost productivity?
The IT manager of a Fortune 500 communications firm estimates that the investment required to improve search and retrieval systems for the firm’s 4,000 engineers would be recovered within just one month. Even better? That company would expect a $2 million monthly productivity gain going forward. What do your numbers look like?
Are my files cleaned up?
Data that can be found often have broken links or duplicate content. Time is wasted searching for alternate connections, or reviewing material already seen.
How do I get my data when I need it?
Voyager Search. Voyager brings consumer-level speed and productivity to enterprise search. Geospatial search elevates information retrieval to new levels. And Voyager calculates “Find nearby” better than anyone. From locating the nearest coffee shop to finding imagery to complete your map, from consumer to GIS analyst applications, Voyager finds it all. Ask stubborn questions, discover new answers, and then ask new questions based on your spatial research. Whole new worlds of information open up with Voyager Search.
Voyager delivers the power of Solr/Lucene in an easy-to-use solution
Voyager is the answer to managing complex data with an easy-to-use enterprise search engine. Built on industry standard Solr/Lucene, organizations simply install Voyager, point it to their content and then build an index automatically. Metadata is not required but leveraged if it exists. Voyager references the location of data but does not copy it.
No custom programming, no expensive appliances or maintenance staff. It just works.