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Endeca to Present at Info360 Conference on the Role of Business Intelligence in Content Strategy

Endeca Technologies, Inc., a search and business intelligence (BI) company, will join leading BI practitioners at the AIIM Info360 Conference in Washington, DC to discuss the latest tools and technologies designed to deal with unstructured content in the enterprise. Matt Kodama, vice president of product management, public sector at Endeca, will take part in the panel session entitled “What Do I Get Out of BI?: The Role of Business Intelligence in Your Content Strategy.”

Led by Jorge Garcia, BI analyst, and Lorne Goloff, vice president of selection services at Technology Evaluation Centers, the panel will explore how to unlock valuable information hidden in content systems – information that can change the way organizations view their business, their market, and direction for growth.

Attendees will learn how content analysis can help the organization, what to look for when choosing a BI system, and finally, how some of the industry’s leading search and BI vendors enable content management and BI to work together in order to elicit the most value out of both structured and unstructured content.

WHAT:

  What Do I Get Out of BI?: The Role of Business Intelligence in Your
Content Strategy
 

WHEN:

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 – 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (local time)
 

WHERE:

Info 360 Conference
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place Northwest
Washington D.C., DC 20001-3614
 

WEBSITE:

http://www.aiimexpo.com/

About Endeca

Endeca is a search and business intelligence software company that improves daily decisions for employees and purchase decisions for customers. Endeca’s unique innovation, the hybrid search-analytical database, enables IT organizations to deliver solutions with consumer ease-of-use on diverse and changing information. Endeca solutions drive hundreds of millions of dollars in reduced costs and increased revenues in the world’s most demanding decision-making environments in organizations like Boeing, Cox Newspapers, the United States Department of Justice, Ford Motor Company, Hyatt, IBM, the Library of Congress, Texas Instruments, and Walmart.com.

Headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., Endeca has operations in North America, Europe, and Asia.

For more information: endeca.com, http://facets.endeca.com/ or [email protected].

Endeca, Endeca Latitude, Guided Navigation and MDEX Engine are trademarks or registered trademarks of Endeca Technologies, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

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