Posts from Julie M. Baker

KMWorld Wrap-Up and Webinar

Attivio at KMWorldWhere’s Attivio?

Attivio joined search colleagues in DC November 14-17 for KMWorld’s Enterprise Search and Discovery Summit.  From their strategic location at the show’s Enterprise Solutions Showcase, CTO Will Johnson enjoyed meeting IT professionals, customers, partners, and vendors from across the US, demoing the Attivio platform,

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Semantic Data Catalog Customer Spotlight

At Attivio, we appreciate all our customers, but occasionally one deserves to be called out for their exceptional work on a project. Global Partners is such a customer.  Check out their customer success story:

The Customer

Global Partners, LP is a Fortune 500 midstream logistics and marketing company that owns, controls, or has access to one of the largest terminal networks of petroleum products and renewable fuels in the Northeast.

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IDG Survey Reveals Manual Risk and Compliance Challenges

Leading researchers at IDG recently surveyed more than 50 high-level IT and business executives at mid- to large-size companies to learn more about their governance, risk, and compliance

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Attivio Names New Chief Revenue Officer to Develop Data Catalog Business

Attivio is thrilled to announce the promotion of Matt Connon to Chief Revenue Officer. In his new role, Matt will be working with software OEMs, technology partners, and a wide array of corporations around the globe to spread the word about Attivio’s Cognitive Search and Insight; Govern

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Cognitive Search and Insight on CMS Connected

A full 40% of search applications search only unstructured information when gathering data for business intelligence. Do you trust that you’re getting complete and accurate answers to your search inquiries?

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Facing the Challenges of Anti-Money Laundering Regulations

To stay in compliance with rapidly expanding international, federal, and local anti-money laundering (AML) regulations and avoid what can be career- and business-ending consequences, companies face the seemingly Herculean task of investigating every suspicious financial transaction, which can number in the tens of thousands every single month.

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