Apache Corporation’s Director of Information Management Travis Osborne shares his story of blending ‘structured’ transactional systems with ‘unstructured’ content in a single experience. Find out how BA Insight is changing the way Apache looks at search.
This global organizational consulting firm delivered a game changing enterprise search solution to their employees that made it much easier for them to find and access information, enabling them to provide the best services to their clients.read more
Fortune Global 500 Oilfield Services
Information availability was a critical issue for this organization.They were able to provide their users with a single place to go to search for critical information, increasing the adoption of SharePoint Online and O365.read more
UK-based Global Telecomm Company
With information spread across O365, SharePoint On-premise, and Yammer, it was challenging for employees to find the information they needed to do their jobs. They were able to deliver a unified search experience to their 100,000+ employees, with all complex security and active directory integration automatically handled.read more
Fortune 500 Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Company
Employee productivity declined due to the inability to find critical information.They were able to provide their knowledge workers with a single interface to access all needed information, regardless of where it resided.read more
International Law Firm with over 1000 Attorneys
Internal search was limited to the content on their intranet. By implementing their vision of a single integrated search capability, their employees have saved a lot of time and significantly increased productivity.read more
Australian Petroleum Exploration and Production Company
The inability to easily find information due to many disparate systems resulted in many productivity challenges. Combining these systems into a single index and implementing a conversational bot has significantly improved employee morale while increasing productivity.read more
Documents are the firm’s “lifeblood” – they contain extremely valuable information. As repositories of the firm’s intellectual capital, the value of the company’s documents can be realized only by accessing and using their content. Kelley Drye faced a real challenge in providing its attorneys and other professional staff with the tools they needed to search and access corporate documents and data stored in line-of-business applications, file shares, and email inboxes and archives.