Perfection in the Details: Enterprise Search Solutions with SharePoint IVP

January 5, 2012

Today we want to focus on a company that offers a great enterprise search solution, one that can stand alone or work alongside the more common SharePoint infrastructure.  Fabasoft Mindbreeze is operated out of Austria.  Having won the KM World Trendsetting Product of the Year four years in a row, Fabasoft is now getting positive attention from Gartner and its MarketScope Report.

The Fabasoft Mindbreeze Enterprise Winter 2012 Release is now available for download.

Fabasoft Mindbreeze Enterprise is built on 3 pillars: Simplicity, speed, efficiency. The Fabasoft Mindbreeze 2012 Winter Release stands under the motto ‘quicker to the point.’ Perfection is the sum of the details.

Check out the short and helpful YouTube tutorial videos embedded in the page.  Each demonstrates a new feature added to the Winter 2012 Release.  One particularly useful feature, especially for those already invested in a SharePoint installation, is the additional efficiency added to the SharePoint connector feature.

A survey by German market analysts has shown that practically every second company uses SharePoint. However, in SharePoint only one facet of a company’s knowledge can be presented. The Fabasoft Mindbreeze Enterprise 2012 Winter Release puts an end to this shortcoming.

The video tutorial for this new SharePoint feature shows how easy it is to retrieve search results from every facet of an organization’s network, not just the SharePoint infrastructure.  Results are not only efficiently retrieved, but sorted and classified.  Retrieve an email address?  Just click on the address for immediate embedded usability, unlike many other enterprise solutions that only retrieve.  No more cut and paste.

Updates such as this one are rolled out monthly for the cloud and quarterly for enterprise customers.  Updates are seamless and require no additional customization.  If your organization is seeking an intuitive enterprise search solution, Fabasoft Mindbreeze is worth your attention.

Emily Rae Aldridge, January 5, 2012

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