Is Your Digital Thread Cut Short? Mend It with Intelligent Search

One of the most buzz-generating concepts in manufacturing and engineering today is the “digital thread.” The buzz is justified: organizations that turn the digital thread from an idea into reality will unlock widespread opportunities to improve performance at every stage of the product lifecycle, from design to end-of-life management. Indeed, the digital thread empowers each function it touches to increase efficiency, reduce redundancy, improve collaboration and accelerate innovation. Businesses that seize these opportunities can greatly benefit their customers, business partners and shareholders

But often the digital thread is cut short, and often and the flow of product data is broken across people, tools and systems.

To see how effective a robust digital thread, powered by intelligent search, can be for an organization’s efficiency, or its overall bottom line, download our last Manufacturing White Paper

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KM World: Best Practices in Cognitive Computing

This white paper offers a definition of Cognitive Computing supported by concrete use cases showing how cognitive information systems are capable of extracting insights from big and diverse data sets for users in their work context.

Briefing on Investigation Intelligence

Briefing on Investigation Intelligence

90% of the information relevant to investigations and audits hides in unstructured sources such as documents, emails, and chat messages. Yet, the common investigative and audit tools only handle structured information. As a result, investigators try to fill the gap with manual effort, wasting up to 10 hours per week hunting for clues.

Knowledge isn’t power when you can’t find it.

Knowledge Management Research Report with APQC

APQC partnered with Sinequa, to survey more than 200 high-level knowledge management (KM) and IT leaders (director level and above) in large organizations (those with 10,000 or more employees) across North America and Europe. We specifically targeted people with a deep understanding of the current state of search inside their organizations and who were either responsible for or key stakeholders in knowledge and information management strategy. Get their thoughts

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