A modern search concept with intergator
Company-wide search concepts are becoming increasingly important in many industries and companies. Whether Data-Driven Learning, Big-Data Analysis or an intelligent linking of multiple data sources – knowing where, in what form and in what quantity information is located in a company has become one of the most important competitive advantages. Especially IT companies pursue modern strategies how to extract knowledge from vast amounts of data. intergator is a central interface to provide relevant information and to provide users with essential content quickly and reliably.
Technologies and approaches
The core of intergator is based on Java and can be adapted to the various requirements through modular programming. A well documented API allows an easy adaptation and extension of the intergator. With more than 100 (mostly) free connectors, a wide variety of systems commonly used in industry can be integrated. No matter if ERP systems like SAP, databases like SQL, MySQL or MariaDB, cloud solutions like Office 365 or complex CRM systems like Typo3 – intergator can be connected and information can be transferred into the search index. Successfully used in hundreds of projects, the technological approach of our Enterprise Search has proven itself in many companies.
Numerous IT companies rely on intergator and use the company search for internal projects, as OEM for customer projects or as web search. What they have in common is the approach of offering different data sources in a single point of information access. The data is indexed cyclically and enriched with additional information. In addition to metadata, the entire content, the location, the file type or the date are recorded. This results in numerous filter options, which are integrated in intergator as standard or can often be extended with little effort. The core concept of the search is the possibility to limit the quantity of different results quickly and specifically via facets in order to reach relevant hits even faster.