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ISYS Announces ISYS:web 7
ISYS Search Software (http://www.isys-search.com), a provider of enterprise search solutions for business and government, announced the immediate general availability of ISYS:web 7, the company's next-generation enterprise search solution for public Web sites, corporate intranets, and portals. ISYS is targeting the midmarketósmall to midsize organizations and departments of large enterprises. The company made the announcement during the Innovations in Search conference last week in New York (http://www.innovationsinsearch.com).
ISYS:web 7 is designed to extend the value and breadth of functionality to organizations looking to deliver powerful yet affordable Web-based search. ISYS:web 7 can integrate as a search and publishing function on a customer's current Web server or act as its own Web server. New features in ISYS:web 7 include:
- On-the-fly categorization: At query time, ISYS:web 7 automatically displays categories that enable users to drill down and quickly find the right information. ISYS also provides administrators with tools for modifying categories according to their business rules.
- ISYS SearchTrends: ISYS:web 7 parses raw search log data into reports that enable organizations to monitor, measure, and analyze search behavior.
- Web-based administration with an easy-to-use interface.
- Improved metadata searching and handling.
- Developer's Toolkit available for customization.
- Faster indexing speeds and doubled index capacity.
- Multi-processor support.
- Unicode support.
Source: ISYS Search Software
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