Ontolica Solution Use Case
Want to make search in SharePoint easier for end users?
Easily configure search to your organization
By closing the gap between how end-users search for information and how search works in SharePoint will dramatically improve the search experience. For example, if you were to create custom search result pages that enable views of information that supports your organizations specific processes, it will significantly increase information worker productivity.
Customize your search refiner
Search refiners are one of the most important end-user search related features available. Enabling easy customization of search refiners in SharePoint is paramount to improving search results. For example, adding custom metadata to allow for new organizational specific refiners greatly improves end-user satisfaction and findability.
Audience target search
Different departments in an organization use and find information differently. Marketing might be interested in quickly finding marketing plans, customer satisfaction surveys, market research reports etc., whereas legal might be more interested in contracts, legal terms and conditions, law and regulations materials. The ability to target different user groups with an individual search experience significantly improves findability and search result relevancy.
Use best bets
Users don’t always know exactly what search terms they should use to find the information they need. Using visual best bets provides a unique way to improve the search experience by mapping content to key search phrases in order to serve up content that is likely to be useful for end-users.