Archive for October 2017

Creating a 360 Degree View of the Customer for Financial Services

Customers often interact with brands across various media and channels. From the customer’s point of view, they’re interacting with a single brand, but inside the company, all that information is often scattered in different databases. 

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How AI Modernizes the Corporate Intranet

The corporate intranet remains the lifeblood of any major enterprise. Over the last decade it has emerged as a key location for ideas, documents and collaboration. But for many it can also be a frustrating morass of information that remains difficult to find, forcing people to rely on email or instant messages to trade ideas and documents. 

Intranet Search

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Harness the Potential of AI for Therapeutic Innovation in Life Sciences

As we’ve explained in many blogs and 5-minute guides, a cognitive search platform should combine AI technologies such as natural language processing, machine learning, and knowledge graphing to deliver a contextualized search and discovery experience without compromising security. Those technologies can turn ordinary search into something much more powerful and transformative for any organization.

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Making Digital Transformation More Than a Buzz Phrase

My last post on cognitive computing was a backgrounder, and it stated the importance of search to any cognitive computing initiative. So, how does cognitive computing powered by search lead to digital transformation? In fact, just what is digital transformation?

Cognitive Search for Digital Transformation

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Connecting People and Information: The National Instruments Story

Looking for a search solution that could power their e-commerce, Intranet, and CRM experiences, National Instruments wanted to optimize the online shopping experience and foster collaboration and engagement across the workforce.

National Instruments is among the innovators that put search at the core of its systems, including digital commerce, the website, intranets, and CRM.

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Use Cases for Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Cognitive Search

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Today’s business users don’t search for documents that may have the information they seek buried within, instead they ask their systems for answers. This shift in attitude is a key driver behind the move to cognitive search. 

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Cognitive Computing: The Myth and the Reality

When IBM Watson burst on the scene a few years ago by famously winning Jeopardy! people swooned. Here was a machine that seemed to live up to the promise of a science fiction future. IBM purported to show us all an artificial intelligence (AI) that could understand human language, sift through massive amounts of data, and provide answers to questions.

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Cognitive Search Supports Life Sciences Innovation

When life sciences companies develop new drug therapies or biomedical interventions, what typically attracts the most attention is news about the success or failure of clinical trials. But a lot of work goes on behind the scenes before these efforts ever reach the clinical trial stage. In fact, as life sciences companies decide what promising therapies should receive development resources, it’s often rigorous fact finding and research that determines a go or no-go decision.

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3 Ways to Deliver a Great Customer Support Experience

When you think about customer support, you tend to think about cost savings for the company. But how often do you think about customer experience?

For too many companies, a focus on customer experience ends when the customer is won. The reality is, it’s only the beginning. If the experience you deliver your customers is poor, they will leave you. And it’s easier than ever for an unhappy customer to move to the next company.

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AI-Powered Search for the Unified Digital Workplace

We’ve been posting lately about all the ways cognitive search can help make your business more successful and its employees more productive. The working definition we use for cognitive search is: “Cognitive search allows people to find hidden knowledge.”

Now, “hidden” can mean you don’t know where something is, but it can also mean that it’s not accessible. You know where a certain piece of knowledge is, but you can’t get to it because it’s in a place you can’t connect to. Or you can only connect to it when you’re in the office — not when you’re working from home or on the road.

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