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AnalyticsToday BA Insight announced a strategic and exclusive partnership with NGAGE Intelligence to develop a Next-Generation Analytics Platform. By the end of Q2, we expect to have a new platform available which will give our customers unparalleled insight into user interaction across multiple systems.  We're leveraging technology from both companies as well as the latest in business intelligence from Microsoft to bring a unique solution to market quickly.

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The news last week of Recommind's acquisition had me singing "It's a new dawn". Why?Although the acquisition was undoubtedly motivated first and foremost by Recommind's e-Discovery technology and business, I think there's a strong chance this will be good news for their Enterprise Search customers. OpenText has the resources to succeed with search in a commodity market, a market focus that complements Decisiv's differentiators, and a track record of making acquisitions successful.

 
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sharepoint 2016

ILTA’s SharePoint || Office 365 Symposium is being held in Baltimore this week and our own Sean Coleman will be presenting there, along with Ted Theodoropoulos of Acrowire.  Recently Joanne Kiley, ILTA’s content curator, spoke with Sean and Ted about their session, “SharePoint 2016: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”.  In their conversation, Sean and Ted provided a few hints as to what attendees could anticipate learning at the breakout session.You can read the full interview at ILTA’s blog.

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Legal Company Intranets

In today’s modern world, time is money. Long gone are the days of pulling dusty volumes off library shelves and searching for relevant case law. Long gone are the days of calling the corporate switchboard and asking whoever answers the phone for the name of ‘that one guy who did that thing’. Long gone are the days of being lost in a sea of partners, associates, and paralegals whose names and faces you can’t seem to put together, much less remember which cases they’re currently working on.

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Customer Portal


At BA Insight, we have the pleasure of working with customers from lots of different industries and backgrounds. Every so often, we see certain concepts converge and seemingly bubble up at the same time, across industries.

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Trade show weeks can be long ones, but they often lead to positive outcomes and end up being worth the effort and time away. I find it helpful to evaluate each event upon returning home, hoping to identify what  were good uses of time, and what I would change if I had to do them again.  

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What is an Expert? We all have specific subject expertise but as the world gets more complex, finding the right person to help you solve a specific problem becomes challenging. I thought it would be helpful to take a step back and ask the question, what makes an expert?

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Use Cases for User-Generated InfoSitesA big part of my job involves describing and demonstrating features of new and existing products, and explaining to people how those features might be used to make their users more productive. In April we announced a new product called User Generated InfoSites that has changed the way I go about this somewhat. I’ve demonstrated this dozens of times, and now, rather than doing what I would normally do and describing potential use cases, I simply describe the functionality and the audience comes up with their own use cases– I don’t have to tell them how this will make them more productive, they tell me.

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