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Kyndi Natural Language Search Improves Efficiency of Finding Accurate Business Insights
Natural language processing (NLP) company Kyndi “announced the immediate availability of the Kyndi Natural Language Search [s]olution, the first end-to-end offering designed to maximize the relevancy and speed of finding answers in unstructured, text-based data. Due to limited NLP expertise and the cost of tuning and deploying state-of-the-art language models, organizations of all sizes often overlook natural language search as both a top- and bottom-line business driver. Kyndi has proven that its customers derive significant business value from their investments in natural language search, from simplifying website content discovery to driving engagement and conversion, to empowering employees to self-serve and find the knowledge that drives productivity and operational efficiency.”
Kyndi goes on to explain that “individuals still spend at least 400 hours each year searching for information, resulting in millions of dollars in operational costs and lost business opportunities. [Kyndi] Natural Language Search … cuts down search time by half while delivering twice the information accuracy. This means your customers and employees can use accurate business insights immediately to enhance customer engagement, reduce risk, and identify future business opportunities.”
For more information and a list of Kyndi Natural Language Search’s capabilities, read the press release.
Kyndi’s Natural Language Solution Architecture
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