What would you say if your website could suddenly do more than you could even dream of? To be able to foresee what information a visitor to the website would like or need, for example. You could even call it "magic".
Behind this "magic", however is a great deal of digital know-how. The key term here is information pairing, under the motto "bringing together what belongs together". To put it in concrete terms, the current Fabasoft Mindbreeze InSite release enables a maintenance-free, always up-to-date conflation of information from different areas. Always relevant. Always interesting. Always to the point. For both you and your website's users..
With the help of a small code snippet this service can be integrated into your website quickly and easily via copy & paste. Fabasoft Mindbreeze InSite doesn't just appear as a search, but delivers cross-linked additional information as a sort of newsflash taken from different areas. For example the latest blog posts about topics that fit your product or services. This can also be conducted in conjunction with Wikipedia articles. The Cloud service itself takes care of the updating independently.
But Fabasoft Mindbreeze InSite doesn't stop there. It smoothly integrates itself into your website so that the user doesn't even realize that Cloud services are working in the background. Furthermore, InSite always knows what a user is interested in. Navigation behavior on the website serves as the basis for recognizing their interests. If the user finds themselves on one of your sub-pages on the topic mobility for example, even at this level Fabasoft Mindbreeze InSite still displays further information such as blogs, news, Wikipedia etc. on the relevant topic.
Being able to understand and offer such adaptive content is part of the Mindbreeze information pairing technology.
With Fabasoft Mindbreeze InSite your website doesn't just get more intelligent, it becomes "magic" for the user!
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Submitted: December 29th, 2011 06:15