|By Business Wire||
|July 29, 2014 05:02 AM EDT||
Mindbreeze, a leading company in the big data and enterprise search industries, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Challengers quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search. The research and advisory firm evaluated 17 different providers from throughout the world.
“Big data plays a key role in todays’ business world, and companies who want to remain competitive must meet the issue head-on in their daily business,” said Mindbreeze founder and CEO Daniel Fallmann. “Both our Mindbreeze InSpire appliance and our SaaS and cloud services are high-performance products that benefit companies immediately. Sustainable, intelligent handling of information is becoming more and more critical to success. We are very proud to be the sole European company that Gartner recognized as Challenger. We believe the decision affirms all the energy we have invested in our products over the years.”
Making information available “in a breeze”
Mindbreeze has been blazing trails in the analysis, intelligent combination, and high-speed location of data within companies for more than a decade. The European search appliance Mindbreeze InSpire quickly and extensively gathers information from both internal data sources and cloud applications for company-wide access. Mindbreeze InSpire captures all of a company’s structured and unstructured information, including content related to people, organizations, documents, notes, email, and calendar entries, and creates a search index that is updated automatically. The index’s semantic correlations ensure quick and easy access to the entire database. It thus gives users a thorough overview of a given subject, be it a business case, customer, or product through semantic analyses, intelligent search queries, and an algorithm to prioritize the search results. Website: www.mindbreeze.com
Gartner categorized analyzed the various providers as “Challengers,” “Leaders,” “Visionaries,” and “Niche Players” based on such criteria as market penetration, innovation, and strength of implementation. Gartner published its “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search” by Whit Andrews and Hannes Koehler-Kruener on July 16, 2014.
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Mindbreeze GmbH, located in Linz, Austria, is a leading provider of software for fast and intuitive search solutions for relevant company and Internet data. Searching with Mindbreeze is simple: The software not only provides the required contents, but also all relevant and related information, such as corporate interconnectedness. Mindbreeze GmbH is a subsidiary of Fabasoft AG. www.mindbreeze.com
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