Search and Discovery

Anzo lets users find high-quality answers to specific questions instantly by searching across all relevant internal and external content and providing results in context.

The one-size-fits-all traditional search paradigm is no longer sufficient. Users end up with pages of links to only marginally relevant documents that they then need to spend hours poring over to manually assemble an answer to the question at hand. With Anzo search and discovery solutions, users are guided to ask questions and are instantly returned precise, targeted answers which are pulled together from content scattered across and beyond the enterprise. Anzo explains what the answer is, where it came from, and lets users drill into the answer and closely linked information for further analysis and exploration.

  • Key Benefits
  • Use Cases
  • Capabilities
  • Find precise answers to everyday questions by searching across structured and unstructured content
  • Combine private, proprietary, and public content to ensure complete, up-to-date, and trustworthy search results
  • Ask questions with natural language without having to guess the perfect keywords
  • Get relevant search results arranged in custom classifications tailored to your business
  • Refine questions and improve answers by drilling into search results for further analysis
  • Use search results to pivot to related entities or views
  • Discover deep insights from content analytics and algorithms
  • Transition seamlessly between search, data exploration and analytics experiences
  • Resource 360 - A large consulting firm is using Anzo to create a customized search and discovery solution to help users get a complete picture of client activity and to optimize staffing of new client projects.
  • Search everything
  • Contextual search
  • Content analytics
  • Two-way integration (with Google Search Appliance, Wolfram Alpha, and SalesForce.com)
  • Understand the question and the content
  • Analyze search results
  •  Instant indexing to new search sources