Coveo Lands an Energy Deal

January 5, 2010

I saw a new item on January 1, 2010, and I thought it was interesting. I have been a fan of the Coveo technology for a number of years. One of the goslings worked to integrate Coveo into a local firm’s enterprise offerings. The Coveo technology was integrated into a new corporate Web site for Tenaris, a company supplying products to the energy industry. According to the new story “Global Supplier for the World’s Energy Industry Launches New Website Developed on Sitecore by Roundedcube”:

The content model and architecture of the website was extremely important due to the immense amount of content and depth of navigation levels within the website. In addition to using Sitecore for content management, the website also includes the customization and integration of Coveo Advanced Enterprise Search. Roundedcube also made significant use of advanced JavaScript libraries for enhanced user experience and Flash for video and multimedia content. To facilitate the launch of the new website and enhance search engine optimization (SEO), Roundedcube developed a 301 redirect management tool directly within Sitecore CMS to allow Tenaris the ability to specify URLs from the former website to be redirected to the new pages and indicate to search engines that the page has permanently moved to the new location. A .NET web app compliments the solution by allowing the initial massive number of redirects to be loaded automatically.

A happy quack to the Coveo team.

Stephen E. Arnold, January 5, 2010

Beaks up. This is a post for which I was not compensated. A year ago, a Coveo person promised me a taco and so far, no go. I must report this sad state of affairs to the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.


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