The Role of the CIO.
The primary challenge for all employees is being able to find the information they need as a matter of urgency without knowing in which repository or application it is stored. This is where enterprise search becomes business-critical in today’s digital workplace.
The low adoption of enterprise search is largely because the CIO finds it difficult to make a business case. This report written by Martin White, Intranet Focus Ltd, sets out the core characteristics of enterprise search applications and the way in which a business case can be made.
In making the business case the CIO takes on full responsibility for information quality, and in just three months of focused effort has the opportunity to make an immediate impact on ensuring that the organisation is able to take advantage of the business opportunities that are emerging ahead of the actions being taken by competitors.
Read this Intranet Focus report to learn how to:
- Understand the Technology of Search
- Implement Enterprise Search efficiently
- Define who should own Enterprise Search
Download the whitepaper.
This Pathfinder paper navigates decision-makers through the issues surrounding a specific technology or business case, explores the business value of adoption, and recommends the range of considerations and concrete next steps in the decision-making process.
Sinequa & Thomson Reuters Intelligent Tagging (TRIT)
Large, global manufacturers focus on operational excellence, which leads to improved customer satisfaction and increased revenue. Managers and employees within these organizations increasingly rely on accurate, up to the minute information to drive actions and decisions that impact the bottom line. In order to meet their operational goals, these organizations must leverage modern information technology to make relevant expertise and information available to all stakeholders on demand, while of course respecting access security.