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Findable has flourished into the top local search engine for Indian ecommerce in the very short time the site has existed for.
Findable is a unique concept - it allows users to use the internet to find products in store near them, instead of just buying them online.
HM: Let's first address in a little bit more detail how to ensure that knowledge is fresh and findable and representing the best thinking in an organization.
Though many of these areas on the web are now findable, much of the web remains invisible.
It has some work to do to make its various enterprise code components more findable. A Google Apps Developer blog (http://googleappsdeveloper.blogspot.
To make sure this content is findable, LightPole provides a downloadable software client that enables "location-aware discovery" of content, thus empowering consumers to explore a wealth of information relevant to their real-time location.
“Whether an organization's greatest need is to make documents findable across the enterprise, or to enable internal users and clients to receive precisely filtered information feeds, the Index makes it clear that no organization in any sector can afford to be complacent.
In October 2010, I learned from case examples that Lucene/Solr can make content findable even with a flow of 8,000 tweets per second.
My second "eureka moment" was that these tools address many pretty pressing problems and challenges that companies have been facing for a long time--that is, harnessing and sharing knowledge, making sure it stays current, making sure it stays findable, harnessing the brains of the company.
It also points out that wikis can be a useful tool to encourage knowledge sharing and to get staff to write things down, making them findable by others even after the author has left the organization.
Information is findable and useable by the right people, and content has policy and process attached.
The core of the SpringerMaterials database is twofold, according to Mager: "First, we wanted to build a user interface with a search engine, and second, we wanted to make the content findable," he says.