KPMG Meijburg Selects Autonomy

May 5, 2011

RedOrbit reports “KPMG Meijburg & Co Boosts Productivity With Autonomy’s Meaning Based Computing.” The tax consultancy hopes to use Autonomy’s Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL) to enhance productivity across its enterprise. According to the write up:

IDOL delivers KPMG Meijburg’s tax consultants all relevant information from numerous sources, such as SharePoint, intranets and the Web, either as relevant and timely results to search queries, or via personalized information delivery models, such as Agents. Understanding users’ interests in and expertise on specific topics, Agents allow 24/7 dynamic monitoring of business-critical information through automated alerts, enabling KPMG Meijburg to stay ahead of the competition, while categorization, automatic hyperlinking and clustering allow quick identification of market trends, risks or opportunities.

The firm seems to know that, in order to stay competitive, professional services organizations must apply all effective tools possible to perform better and faster for their clients. Semantic, or meaning-based, tools will only continue to grow, making them more indispensible as time goes on.

The real news for the failed Web masters and English majors who pooh-pooh Autonomy’s technology is that Autonomy is closing in on $1.0 billion in sales. How many SEO and CMS consulting firms hit that benchmark?

Cynthia Murrell, May 5, 2011

Freebie unlike SEO and CMS consulting


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