Simple Search Analytics to Simplify Advanced Analytics

Advanced Analytics That Speaks Your Language!

Imagine you are trying to search for something in a store, but there is no one there to help you and all of the products are mixed up. You have to walk up and down every aisle, trying to find what you want and if you want to compare two things you will have to remember where you found that other product or drag it with you and then try to remember where to put it when you are ready to put it back. Not fun!

Now, imagine you are trying to analyze some data. For this analysis, you need to know some very specific things but you don’t have time to plow through a lot of irrelevant results in a search. Let’s go back to that store. What if there was someone standing at the entrance who could tell you exactly where to go to find what you wanted.

And, for that analytics projects, imagine that, instead of having to use drop down menus, drag and drop or other techniques to pull together what you want – imagine that you could just ask the system a question. Ask a simple question, using natural language. For example, you might ask ‘What is the best performing product in all states for 2018 as compared to 2017’ Simple, right? You just type in the question and the system does the analysis using natural language processing.

How much easier will it be to achieve data democracy and to get your business users to adopt advanced analytics in a self-serve environment? How much easier will it be to achieve the ROI and TCO you need and to gain clarity for business decisions?

Advanced Analytics with Natural Language Processing provides a familiar Google-type interface where a user can compose and enter a question using common human language. For example, a business user might ask, ‘who sold the most bakery products in 2017 in the Southwest region?’

With natural language-processing-based search capability, users do not need to scroll through menus and navigation. They can simply enter a search query in natural language and the system will translate the query, and return the results in natural language in an appropriate form, such as visualization, tables, numbers or descriptions.

If this sounds good to you, I can tell you how to get started. Search Analytics

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