Posts Tagged ‘Connectors’

The Art of Listening

The art of listening

The most important part of my job is listening, not selling.  Several months back, I was sitting in the CIO’s office of a publicly traded company.  After we exchanged pleasantries, I asked very few questions. Instead, I sat there quietly and listened to the CIO. I listened to his problems and his vision. When you…

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Reflections on Elastic{ON} 2018

Elasticon

Elastic{ON} 2018 just concluded, and what a great week it was. We at BA Insight started down our Elastic journey over three years ago and seeing this strategy and investment in action is very exciting. It was my first time at the conference, BA Insight’s first time as a sponsor with a booth, and because…

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Use Cases for User-Generated InfoSites

Use Cases for User-Generated InfoSites

A big part of my job involves describing and demonstrating features of new and existing products, and explaining to people how those features might be used to make their users more productive. In April we announced a new product called User Generated InfoSites that has changed the way I go about this somewhat. I’ve demonstrated…

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An Interactive Case Study with Apache Corporation

Apache Interactive Case Study

Apache Corporation was no stranger to the struggle that many enterprises face when it comes to finding content across the enterprise. Wasted time and loss of productivity led them to search for a solution to this ever-growing problem, which resulted in them partnering with BA Insight.

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SharePoint as a Portal | Searching Documents and Email | BA Insight

Many organizations approach BA Insight about unifying all of their information from multiple silos into one searchable SharePoint-centric knowledge management platform. The thing that was new and different about a recent engagement with a law firm was that it included a large amount of email data that had been accumulated throughout the years, which they…

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Building a Search-Driven Killer App, Part 2 | BA Insight

In part one of this series, I introduced Context as one of the “four pillars” necessary to successfully create a search-driven killer app. In this blog, I’ll introduce and discuss the Content Acquisition pillar. In its most basic form, content acquisition is a no brainer requirement for implementing search since you obviously need content in…

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Building a Search-Driven Killer App, Part 1 | BA Insight

Search is becoming more pervasive in the enterprise due to the amount of content being generated on a daily basis.  As a result, IT organizations are faced with the task of implementing search-driven applications that quickly connect users to the relevant content they need to perform their jobs, while at the same time providing the…

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