Presenting Fuse 1.2: Clustered Usage Statistics


Written by Jason Simon

September 23, 2015

Usage statistics are critical to understanding the impact data apps have on your organization. They allow you to understand and increase the value of data by gaining insight into how people interact with it. They also allow you to meet your security, regulatory, and compliance requirements. So we’re happy to announce today that Fuse 1.2 […]

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Rapidly Build Data Apps with FuseLink


Written by Pablo Lomeli

September 04, 2015

We’re putting interface development for search and analysis in high gear. Our Fuse platform already provides the foundation for endless data-intensive applications, and now FuseLink provides the foundation for rapidly building those applications. We began developing FuseLink several months ago as the first step in a journey to make beautiful and fine-tuned interfaces for search […]

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Agile Documentation for Modern Development


Written by Geoffrey Chan

May 28, 2015

Documenting a project is often an afterthought. Dreaded and neglected, the process sluggishly commences after most development is complete. It’s a colossal task that regularly concludes with an inadequate resource that dissuades rather than encourages other developers from using your code. A Multifaceted Problem This documentation conundrum, as we see it, can be defined as […]

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Presenting Fuse 1.1: Document Search… Simplified


Written by Jason Simon

April 24, 2015

We know things can always be better, faster, simpler. As software and product developers, we’re always on the hunt for improvement – and over the past few months, we’ve been improving and simplifying document search. If you have a need for higher precision, more efficient, and unified document search that combines structured and unstructured data… […]

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Q-Sensei Launches New Dashboard in Verizon’s Innovation Centers to Power Up Structured Data


Written by Ute Rother

March 05, 2015

Business is so much fun when you have the right partners. For us, Verizon is such a case. We are grateful for the wonderful opportunity they provided us to launch our brand new dashboard in their Innovation Centers in San Francisco, CA, and Waltham, MA. What is the innovation in our dashboard? While most other […]

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Introducing Q-Ninja


Written by Ute Rother

March 02, 2015

At Q-Sensei, we think that everybody can use a hand when it comes to data projects. That’s why we’re developing our awesome product Fuse. And that’s why we’d like you to meet Q-Ninja:   Q-Ninja comes into play as you tackle all your company’s daily data problems: helping your legal department locate important contracts, gathering relevant materials […]

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Q-Sensei: Here’s what’s in the Name


Written by André Wiebel

September 08, 2014

When two companies merged in 2007, it was an easy business decision. Our team members immediately connected with shared visions on the value of data and the future of search and analysis. But finding the right name for the new company was a challenge. It had to nicely represent our vision while showing our product […]

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Q-Sensei Technology Features: Content-based Autocomplete


Written by Sean Fitzell

July 24, 2014

Standard Autocomplete Autocomplete is an almost standard feature of search applications. It helps people boost the efficiency and accuracy of their search. Over the years, varying degrees of improvement to autocomplete suggestions have been made. But the fundamental usefulness of autocomplete hasn’t substantially improved. We’re working to change that. People want more than just item […]

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Get Projects Done with Timely Information


Written by Sean Fitzell

June 19, 2014

Within the IT world of both development and support, JIRA has become a ubiquitous system used by teams to manage projects, prioritize tasks, run sprints, and issue tickets. JIRA’s Issue Navigator works really well for developers and managers who know exactly what they are looking for and are adept at properly building queries in the […]

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Better Search for Your Knowledge Management


Written by Sean Fitzell

June 06, 2014

Confluence is a terrific platform for collaborative work within an organization. But over time difficult-to-search and unconnected silos may develop as independent teams within the group continue to create their own documents and file hierarchies, trapping valuable data. Teams may duplicate effort if the information they need is stored in subdirectories they are unaccustomed to […]

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Here We Are


Written by André Wiebel

June 04, 2014