SCOLA Finds the Answer with Attivio Enterprise Search
Plenty of organizations deal with massive data volumes in a variety of file types. But few have to provide a responsive web search interface to massive content in more than 200 languages.
SCOLA (Satellite Communications for Learning) manages a growing repository of 85 TBS that span text files, PDFs, MP3s, digital video, and more. Started by Jesuit priest Leland Lubbers on the campus of Creighton University, SCOLA uses modern information technology to help the people of the world learn about their cultures, languages and ideologies. And that requires powerful search that’s also easy to use.
Find Content in Any Language
When SCOLA decided to refresh its website, it provided the opportunity to add the powerful keyword search functionality users were asking for. They wanted an easier way to search for information across all of SCOLA’s services and file formats.
SCOLA turned to Attivio and its enterprise search platform, which enables users to enter a single keyword and find information in seconds across all formats, languages, and geographies. (Read our announcement press release.) Since deploying Attivio, SCOLA has seen website usage increase by 35 percent while time on site doubled—from 30 minutes to an hour.
To learn more about SCOLA’s implementation of Attivio enterprise search, attend our webinar on Wednesday, August 24th, @2PM ET. SCOLA’s Dylan Hauger, Joe Gulzia, and Maggie Artus will take you behind the scenes of their effort to deliver the right content to their clients with powerful search technology and an engaging interface.