Solution provider Element Blue
and advanced search platform provider Lucidworks have partnered to develop a search solution for ‘Big Data’. Element Blue, which was established in 2000, provides “end-to-end technology and continuous services” to a range of global companies in industries that include energy, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and the public sector. An IBM Premier Partner, the company provides “Digital Experience solutions” such as information sharing platforms for the web. It utilizes IBM Watson to “collect, classify and correlate structured and unstructured data across an organization” making actionable decisions inside businesses easier.
Lucidworks, which has headquarters in San Francisco, California, United States, provides “enterprise-grade search development platforms built on the power of Apache Lucene/Solr open source search”. The company’s ‘Fusion’ advanced search platform provides “the enterprise-grade capabilities needed to design, develop and deploy intelligent search apps - at any scale”. Through its partnership with Lucidworks, Element Blue users will be able to “access and analyze their Fusion platform for building powerful enterprise search applications”.
"We are delighted to be working with Lucidworks because we share a similar vision of bringing everyone in the enterprise into the big data conversation,” explained Element Blue’s Director, Digital Experience, Sean Grigg. “This partnership adds Lucidworks Fusion to our big data search platform options for all Element Blue customers and further validates our leadership role in solving clients’ customer and enterprise search needs.”
“Because Lucidworks Fusion doesn’t require complex script development to execute searches or access and identify patterns in data, our partnership with Lucidworks will dramatically accelerate the time to value for companies that are ready to make a major investment in big data and cognitive search capabilities,” he added. Do you know of any other companies involved in new partnerships? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.