New Features in Searchinform 4.1.02

By: Softinform

July 4, 2007 - SearchInform Technologies Inc. introduces a new version of SearchInform, a corporate system of full text search and search for documents with similar to the query content in large data volumes, featuring a new electronic document and DIRECTUM interaction management system indexing feature, as well as added support of Open Office file formats.

New features in SearchInform 4.1.02
DIRECTUM is a corporate electronic document and interaction management system focused on work efficiency enhancing of all the employees in different areas of their cooperation. Starting with the current version by clicking on the needed document, the user will be able to view the document's contents in the electronic document flow system interface.

In SearchInform 4.1.02 the changes also took place in program's functionality features as the new version supports indexing and search in .ODT (OpenOffice Word 2.0) and .ODS (OpenOffice Excel 2.0) file formats. OpenOffice products have acquired their widespread market popularity due to a number of factors: open source, freeware products, and custom developments for different ОÐ?s. Considering the popularity of OpenOffice applications, indexing these files has become a logical step forward for SearchInform Technologies.

The changes also took place in the program's interface as it became faster and more convenient to use. Working with SearchInform became evermore easier.

Main features of SearchInform 4.1.02:
- Phrase search with due consideration to stemming and thesaurus
- New SoftInform Search Technology of search for similar documents
- High indexing speed (from 15 to 30 Gb/hour),
- Query caching system
- Support of over 60 most popular text formats, Outlook & TheBat electronic messages, mp3 & avi tags, and logs of MSN and ICQ instant messaging programs
- Correct work with archives
- Universal data sources (indexing DBMS and other data sources)

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