Raytion Enterprise Search Connectors Named KMWorld Trend-Setting Product of 2019

Raytion Enterprise Search Connectors Named KMWorld Trend-Setting Product of 2019
October 31, 2019 rt_admin

Our enterprise search connector suite integrates securely tens of billions of documents into search solutions and serves dozens of millions of users worldwide. It fuels manifold scenarios, be it enterprise search, e-discovery or e-commerce.

In the last year, our engineering worked hard on the release of the connector family’s seventh generation, a generation which already supported the most demanding projects: incredibly robust indexing of fifteen million SharePoint Online documents during and after our customer’s cutover migration from on-premise to Microsoft’s cloud offering. Our Confluence datacenter connector keeps more than six million Confluence pages and attachments freshly indexed. Our SharePoint 2010 connector indexed twenty-five million documents into a cloud search engine and our Connections connector keeps track of more than seven million documents.

How do we achieve this? It is a sound combination of engineering craftsmanship, a robust architecture and the understanding of the challenges a connector integration brings with it, search expertise. Together with our consulting and professional services team we serve all kinds of challenging collaboration, search, and cloud projects. Today we feel honored that the KMWorld magazine names our connector suite as a trend-setting product: “We’re excited to announce the KMWorld list of Trend-Setting Products of 2019,” remarked Thomas Hogan, Group Publisher at KMWorld. “Across a broad range of industries, the focus for both new and enhanced products is to improve the outcomes of processes, decisions, and interactions. This list seeks to highlight products that are advancing what is possible in knowledge management through both radical innovation and continuous evolution.”

Please contact us, if you are interested in a demo and a discussion on how we fuel your collaboration, search or cloud project.