Funnelback named 'Visionary' in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Insight Engines 2017

Insights to drive immediate action

Gartner Inc. has released its 2017 Magic Quadrant for Insight Engines, 30 March 2017, and we are delighted to see Squiz company, Funnelback, positioned as a Visionary in this newly established Magic Quadrant.

Discover more about Funnelback here.

More than just traditional search or BI technologies, Insight Engines gather content from a broad spectrum of sources, including those relevant to the immediate needs of digital workers. They extend beyond enterprise search by providing the capability to engage with content and extract insights without touching the source of that content.

Funnelback Managing Director, Brett Matson, notes that “we are at the forefront of a new era in information insights. Our products are used across an entire organisation, giving us the opportunity to understand not only the interaction between people and systems, but also where this can be improved. We focused on building an Insight Engine to help our customers pinpoint and analyse problems quickly so they can get back to supporting customers. Digital solutions should support your business activity - not be the focus of your day.”

Funnelback’s Insight Engine is the natural convergence of search, artificial intelligence (AI), and analytics that proactively enables information to flow to where it’s needed within the enterprise. It’s this platform that allows Funnelback to accomplish its mission of making the deep discovery of information and insights more intuitive and immediate than asking an expert. The product's focus for 2017 is to build on recent success in North America and expand its AI capabilities with the aim of releasing ground-breaking extensions to the Funnelback platform later in the year.

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