Market analysis highlights usability and ability to implement
Mindbreeze, a software provider for enterprise search and digital cognition, has been positioned as a “Challenger” in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search” 1). The evaluation is one of the most internationally influential market analyses for the evaluation of enterprise search software. The US analyst group analyses different providers based on criteria such as market penetration, innovation and strength of implementation and places them into the categories “Challengers”, “Leaders”, “Visionaries” and “Niche Players”.
“We believe this analysis confirms our approach to best serving the needs of our customers through our innovations and high-performance products”, said Daniel Fallmann, Founder and CEO of Mindbreeze. “Having information to hand quickly is a critical success factor for any company of any size. With our module system, extensive search applications can be implemented with minimum effort. It’s as easy as building Lego and offers maximum user benefit.”
Mindbreeze offers with Mindbreeze InSpire a quick and extensive search through all your company's data sources, delivered as a pre-installed enterprise search appliance. Mindbreeze InSpire captures all structured and unstructured information in an enterprise including all content repositories, web portals, websites, blogs and social media channels in one semantic search. With Mindbreeze InSpire users find all relevant and associated information. It also creates semantic correlations and uses these to generate dynamic navigation for the users.
According to Gartner, "Challengers have the resources and visibility to capture the attention of enterprises, but they lack the vision to be classed as Leaders. They have the foundations necessary to enter the market and they also have operational strength, but they must offer greater extensibility and possibly richer functions if they want to win the most demanding opportunities.”
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1) Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search” by Whit Andrews, Hannes Koehler-Kruener, April 15, 2013.