Advanced Analytics with Natural Language Processing!

Search Analytics that Works the Way Users Think!

Everyone knows how to ask a question using the Google search interface. It is easy because it allows the user to phrase the question using normal, human language. Imagine how few users Google would have if they required the user to know and use complex search queries to find a restaurant or locate a movie review!

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Now, think about how much easier your Advanced Analytics solution would be if it engaged the user in the same way, allowing them to leverage natural language processing and ask questions in a way that makes sense to them. Your business users could take advantage of sophisticated analytical tools in an easy-to-use environment and get results in a way that makes sense to them.

This Search Analytics technique opens the door wide to data democratization and allows your business to get the most out of the knowledge and skill of every team member by enabling them to access and analyze data and make accurate decisions. Think of this technique as Clickless Analysis.

What is Clickless Analysis? Clickless analysis allows the user to leverage seamless augmented analytics and advanced data discovery, using machine learning and natural language processing (NLP), in a self-serve environment resulting in increased user adoption, improved data democratization, and return on investment (ROI).

Clickless Analytics democratizes advanced analytics so business users can enjoy the benefits of smart data discovery using natural language searches. Simply enter the query in natural language and let the system do the rest. No advanced training is required and no clicking, use of drop down menus or other ‘technical’ tricks and tools is required. Just type the question and you are done. The system will return the results in the same, easy-to-understand, natural language.

Contact Us if you want to discover the benefits of Natural Language Processing, Clickless Analytics and Search Analytics designed to support the way your users think and work.

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