Tuesday, 17th December 2013
Yulia Aspinall reviews InfoNgen, a "discovery engine" which combines the ability to do metasearches of all or selected internal and external sources of information with flexible tagging and customer specific needs. The foundation of InfoNgen is an automated classification system that analyses unstructured content and organises it into a variety of taxonomies, making it easier to manage. This review introduces the product and offers feedback on the value and return on investment it offers.
Reviewed by Yulia Aspinall
Update: A new review of this product is available here »
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