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Top 5 Enterprise Search Pain Points

We often hear from people looking to solve problems with their internal search processes. And it makes sense: Your employees are the very heart of what makes your organization successful (or not), so if they struggle with search, efficiency issues begin to add up—and fast.

A poorly functioning or out-of-date enterprise search system creates issues: mishandled, duplicated, or impossible to find content; roadblocks when it comes to users’ security access; problems picking up the pieces when an employee goes on vacation or leaves suddenly; and a myriad of others.

So we thought we’d take a few minutes today to go over the pain points we hear about the most when it comes to enterprise search—and show you how a robust SaaS platform—like Swiftype—can help since these big five can hit where it hurts.

“I don’t know where the content I need is stored.”

Whether you’re prepping for a last-minute meeting or being asked on a conference call to pull up a relevant data point, it’s usually when the pressure’s on that you can’t find what you’re looking for. According to Forrester research, knowledge workers can spend 30% of their time looking for nonexistent information, failing to find existing information, and/or recreating information that can’t be found. Enter a robust, new generation of enterprise search solutions that incorporate artificial intelligence (AI), natural language processing (NLP), and other intuitive technologies to help understand and organize data across your entire organization and all of your applications. Search once and you’re done.

“It takes forever to find the right info.”

One of our developers wrote recently about how Swiftype Enterprise Search helps him in his day-to-day work. He flies through customer service issues, closing tickets, quickly cross-referencing other clients’ information requests; sources digital assets spread over a number of apps to fulfill requests from marketing; and even has relevant documents automatically pushed to his phone before a meeting so he doesn’t have to think about what info to gather. With all the extra time he saves, we’re sure he’s able to get so much extra work done, (right, Brian?)

“Didn’t someone else already create this?”

What happens when an employee suddenly gets sick or takes an extended vacation, and they’re holding documents crucial to a project or client deadline? At best, using clunky, legacy enterprise search software, team members waste time digging for the appropriate data. At worst, they have to pull an all-nighter and start again from scratch. Time and money go the drain. Employee morale takes a hit. Swiftype has a handy feature called Person View, which allows you to search for content by employee name across all of your cloud data sources to find all of a specific user’s documents. So even when someone is out, you can still access the files you need.   

“Is my info secure?”

Cloud-based data sharing is not immune to security problems, especially in the BYOD (bring your own device) era. Studies estimate that corporations spend roughly $50,000 per lost laptop—and the more senior the employee, the higher that number jumps. That’s why your enterprise search platform should adhere to strict security guidelines, provide data protection and application security, and have systems in place to guard against physical and environmental issues.

“I don’t want everyone to be able to see everything.”

Not all of your employees have access to the same data, nor should they, even if they use the same applications. You may want to limit some people to only searching marketing materials, while keeping others out of the company’s legal documents. Here at Swiftype, our Administrative Dashboard helps you manage your team’s access. You can integrate with your existing authentication provider, invite users individually, as well as easily grant access, revoke access, and set permissions.

Which of these pain points have you had to deal with?

Since we know this space so well, it’s really tough to write about issues without a nod to how we can help! If you’re curious about solving any of those pain points—or others you may have—talk to the Swiftype team now to take a closer look at how your team can use Enterprise Search to help them access all the information they need, when and where they need it.

How Swiftype Uses Swiftype:
Part 2 – Sales

Hi! I’m Art, an Account Executive at Swiftype.

We know that time kills all deals, so the faster we can get back to our customers, the better. But when you have back-to-back calls all day and 100 emails to reply to, it can be tough to answer your customer’s questions in a timely manner.

Swiftype helps me quickly find the answers. Instead of having to jump from app to app to find something I know already exists, I can find it easily using Enterprise Search. Quick access to content is especially important when you’re talking with customers and prospects who have questions (which they always do) because it allows me to keep the conversation going while I’m searching for the right answers. Sometimes the answers are dispersed across different sources, so a single search experience gives me relevant results from all of those sources instantly.

Search Clients
When I have upcoming meetings with a customer, one of the main things I want to know is if they’ve interacted with our support team recently. I can easily see in the Swiftype browser extension, without leaving a customer record in Salesforce, if they have open support tickets. Swiftype gives me a full picture of an account while saving me the time and effort of tracking down customer success managers, support, and software developers to get answers.

I wanted to mention our Slack integration too, because it’s the primary way our team connects and communicates. I personally don’t spend the majority of my time searching in it, but I have colleagues who do, and it’s a very convenient way for me to meet them where they work. Everyone has their favorite way of using Swiftype and because there are so many ways to integrate it into your workflow, no one has to sacrifice their preference for anyone else to be able to work well together.

There are times when prospects have questions that are more technical than I feel comfortable answering off the top of my head. Just last week, I was on a call with a prospect who stumped me with a technical question. I remembered we had a white paper addressing her exact concern, so I hit shift+command+space to pull up the OS X app and was able to find the answer on the spot.

Person View
Every so often, I need to consult one of our software engineers, but I also don’t want to bombard him with questions that he’s answered for me before. When that happens, I’m able to go to his his profile page in Person View to pull up any conversations he’s had with me. It saves us both quite a bit of time – I don’t have to spend time tracking him down to ask him the question again, and he doesn’t have to spend time answering a question he’s answered before. I can go to his page and get to the content from there.

In summary, I wish I had known earlier in my sales career that a tool like Swiftype existed.  I consider myself lucky to be selling a product that I use every day—a product that makes my daily work a lot easier and much more efficient. If you want to see how it can work for you, I’d be happy to show you a demo!

Choosing A New Enterprise Search Solution In The Era Of AI with Forrester Research

If you’re reading this blog, chances are you already know a thing or two about Enterprise Search. To review: an enterprise search solution can deliver many benefits to your organization—including increase employee productivity, boost cross-team collaboration, eliminate duplication of data, and allow instant access to relevant content. Whether you’re in the process of evaluating your first cloud-based enterprise search software, or are currently migrating from an old legacy solution, have you considered the right criteria to ensure you’re making the best choice?:

  1. Architecture: What architectural qualities you should look for?
  2. Data Acquisition: How should cognitive search support data sources and types?
  3. Core Technology: What core search technologies do cognitive search solutions need?

We’ve partnered with Forrester Research on June 22 for a live webinar to discuss this specific topic. Join Mike Gualtieri, VP & Principal Analyst at Forrester, and Matt Riley, CEO & Co-Founder at Swiftype, to learn more about the key criteria your team can use to create an RFP to evaluate AI-powered search engines.

Event Details:

Date: This Thursday, June 22, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
Duration: 30 Min

Implement Enterprise Search in Minutes NOT Months

It happens to your team (and let’s face it, YOU) every day.
You get to work, you settle in, you kick off your to-dos.
You dig into your Google Drive, login to Salesforce, root around in your Dropbox.
You find yourself scrolling through endless messages in Slack.
You know that one specific file you need exists somewhere.
Eventually you give up (and so do they).

Your employees are simply trying to find the info and details they need to get their work done, but searching through all of these different apps has become an inefficient, time-consuming mess.

Forrester Research estimates that workers can spend 30% of their time looking for information, insights, and answers. Do the math. That’s a lot of unnecessary time wasted. But it’s also a great opportunity to finally increase your team’s productivity with Enterprise Search.

That’s it! An AI-Powered Search Application that helps your employees instantly search, discover, and organize the incredible amounts of data they need to get their job done. But, wait. What about implementation? Your bandwidth is limited and with all of these cloud-based apps your team has adopted, it could take months to get a solution up and running, right?

WRONG. You shouldn’t have to wait months to start making huge gains in employee productivity. With Swiftype Enterprise Search your org can be up and running in 6 minutes. Forget 6 months! With this suite of AI-powered applications at your service, not only can your employees find exactly what they need in seconds, but they can set it up extremely easily with intuitive management dashboards: quickly connect and configure team data sources, manage teams and roles, and immediately start enhancing the way your users find information.

After all, we get it. It’s frustrating to search for content only to learn that you’ve been looking in all the wrong places. You and your employees should be able to search for documents, files, conversations and data regardless of where the information lives. Swiftype connects to all your cloud data sources and finds the right results every time. Learn more and get started today.

Too Many Cloud Apps?

With so many cloud apps in the marketplace and new ones poised to leap on the scene everyday, it’s easier than ever to collect tech. But between all of your organization’s departments, that pile of apps can quickly become unmanageable and finding information amongst them impossible.

Too Many Cloud Apps? Stop Wasting Time Hunting for Information

There’s no arguing the right cloud technologies (Salesforce, Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, JIRA, etc) get your department running faster. Each has a purpose and each adds value to your business. The challenge is in quickly finding information (documents, files, conversations, or data) scattered across these cloud-based systems. It turns a simple search for a document into a time-consuming, productivity-killing endeavor.

Did you know that the average organization is using 23 cloud-based apps? A few, 13%, even admitted to having more than 50! Are you a member of one of these teams?  While it takes a collection of solutions to meet all of your needs this collection should solve problems, not create them.

Stop wasting time hunting for information! Download this NEW eBook and learn how a single search experience platform can help your organization increase productivity, gain visibility, and eliminate content duplication.

The Future of Enterprise Search

Here’s the thing when it comes to search: Searchers are human beings. They’re not looking for “data” or irrelevant search results. They’re looking for the right information in the fastest time possible. And they usually want it yesterday.

This applies just as much (if not more) to enterprise search as it does to general search. If you’re over the age of 30—heck, I remember the Dewey Decimal System—you’ll recall manual, hard copy searching. While Intranets have been around since the 70’s, for decades there wasn’t much of anything you could call innovation.

Having onsite hardware was expensive and something only the largest companies tended to invest in. And it didn’t function all that well, which wasted a ton of time that could have been spent on more productive (and financially beneficial) work.

Thankfully those days, for the most part, are over—Google, cloud computing, and big data have been three key drivers in the evolution of enterprise search. The humble Intranet of yore feels positively archaic compared to enterprise search systems of today: cloud based, instant, individualized, and predictive.

But as technology catches up to consumers’ habits, those habits evolve, and the technology needs to follow—or better yet, lead the way.  

Welcome to the Future of Enterprise Search

There are exciting days ahead for the future of enterprise search. Let’s take a look.

Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing: While machines haven’t taken over just yet, machine learning is creating systems that can identify relationships between search terms and words that pre-defined word/grammar rules-based tools miss. Basically, “teaching” the system how to be human. In the case of collaborative (or conversational) search, the computer effectively learns enough about the searcher to create a feedback loop of search results, allowing the system to “assume” the searcher is looking for X or Y based on the context of previous searches. The result? More accurate search results and less time wasted wading through “not quite right” content.

Visual Search: What with the Internet and the social web, videos, pictures, graphs, and memes, our world has become exponentially more visual. And whether you’re searching for diagrams, tables, images, data plots, people, or—in the case of medicine—a diagnosis, image recognition technology is going to see some real growth.

Voice Search: “Siri, what time is it?” You’ve done it, and so have 50 percent of American teenagers, and more than 40 percent of U.S. adults. Digital assistants are fairly commonplace these days, and tech companies are tripping over each other to be first out of the gate when it comes to making voice search smarter, more functional, and more responsive. Artificial Intelligence technology is also “learning” to understand intent and context in voice search and to take into consideration variables such as location and search history.

So what’s next for enterprise IT?

Zorawar Biri Singh is kind of a big deal when it comes to the future of search related tech, having worked as head of cloud for IBM, HP, and CTO of Cisco. He sees “people-centric digitization,” or being able to “look across enterprises and uncover deeply embedded human workflows, both implicit and explicit—the ‘contracts’ that determine how organizations and culture transform” as a natural next step.

Enterprise search software should be considered a critical part of your organization’s functionality. The overall efficiency of your corporate policies and procedures—not to mention your employees’ productivity levels—depend on having a robust enterprise search platform in place.

Want to learn more about how enterprise search can make your team more productive than ever before? Request a demo with the Swiftype team today and they can walk you through it!

Top Trends in AI-Powered Cloud Search with Forrester Research

How often does this happen to you: you sit in front of your laptop thinking “is there something that already exists that could help me right now?” You know that one specific file exists somewhere, but you can’t find it. Is it in Google Drive or Dropbox? You start searching through the different apps, ask your coworkers, but eventually you’ll give up and create something from scratch. Forrester Research estimates that knowledge workers can spend 30% of their time looking for information, insights, and answers. Do the math. That’s a lot of inefficiency and time wasted. But it’s also a significant opportunity to increase employee productivity if search technology can streamline the process and return highly relevant results. Keyword search engines of the past are obsolete. AI-powered search is the new watchword.

Swiftype & Forrester Webinar
We’ve partnered with Forrester Research on May 18 for a live webinar to discuss this specific topic – The Future of Cloud Search. Our guest speaker from Forrester, Mike Gualtieri, VP & Principal Analyst, will discuss:

  • Trends he sees with AI-powered search in the cloud
  • How Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning technologies can predict more relevant, personalized results
  • Ways to boost organizational productivity with the right search technology

Seats are limited. Be sure to join us on Thursday, May 18.

Modernizing Enterprise Search: Q&A with Quin Hoxie

I recently sat down with Quin Hoxie, CTO of Swiftype, to get a better understanding of Swiftype’s decision to move into the Enterprise Search space. Swiftype has historically been an industry-leading Site Search provider for businesses. In February of 2017, Swiftype announced its expansion into Enterprise Search, an application that allows employees to search across internal data sources.

SC: You used to focus primarily on Site Search. What made you shift into Enterprise Search?

QH: I think it’s only natural when you have a search platform as flexible and powerful as ours. We started to see some of our customers using the Site Search product in an Enterprise Search context. They were specifically using Site Search so that internal departments, like Support and Customer Success could search across their company’s intranet to better service customers. We also saw an explosion of cloud apps in the market but realized quickly that as companies were adopting these apps, they were jumping from app to app to find what they were looking for. The reality is that information is harder to find inside the workplace now than it was 10 years ago.  

Legacy Enterprise search products also haven’t evolved much, both from a technological standpoint and a user experience standpoint. Matt and I were able to shed that baggage and figure out what enterprise search would look like if we designed it for the modern team. It became an interesting challenge, and after vetting the market we decided it was the right place for us to go.

SC: How is Swiftype different than other Enterprise Search platforms out there?

QH:  The first difference is the time to implement Swiftype is really fast. From the start, we designed Swiftype Enterprise Search to address the new problem with internal search, not the old one. We’re a cloud provider, and we focus on companies who also work in the cloud. We’ve made it extremely easy for companies to connect to their cloud applications without having to involve heavy development resources. Some companies do still use a mixture of cloud and on-prem and that has been addressed with our product as well. Unfortunately, we’ve found that the technology in this space has lagged behind, and most enterprise search tech is still sitting on-premise, is expensive, labor-intensive, and more importantly their use of AI technologies hasn’t existed.  

Second, permissioning is incredibly important when it comes to designing a platform for the modern team. Not all of your employees have access to the same data, even if they do use the same applications. Google Drive, for example, only gives you access to documents you’ve created or that have been shared with you. So what we do is take the permissions native to these applications and only show you what content is available to you. This to me is a deal breaker when companies are evaluating an enterprise search solution. A considerable amount of time and resources went into perfecting how we connect to other cloud apps.

We define sources into two different categories: Shared Sources and Individual Sources.

  • Shared Sources are company-wide or team-wide data sources. This is when permissioning is not done on an individual by individual basis.  Administrators can setup shared sources for the entire company or specific departments.
  • Individual Sources: This is essentially the permissioning example I described earlier. Our employees at Swiftype connect to Google Drive, Evernote, Gmail, and Dropbox as individual sources so they only see content they have permission to see.

The beauty of connecting to sources in this way is that each employee gets a very personalized view of their search results. We also utilize AI to learn search and connector behaviors over time to improve their search experience. There are so many other differences. I think we’ll need a part 2.  

SC: Speaking of AI Technologies, what’s different about Swiftype’s AI?

QH: The value of our AI is also a major differentiator in the marketplace. We’re able to track thousands of signals from the data that we ingest that enable us to be smarter about the results we deliver. As people connect their company data to Swiftype Enterprise Search, we’re collecting structured and unstructured content from many different sources. You have unstructured data, like text files in Dropbox, and structured data, like accounts, contacts and leads in Salesforce, and what we’re doing is taking what we know about all these different sources and using them to make the system smarter.

We call this the Enterprise Knowledge Graph, which is basically what we learn from all the interactions across the entire set of data, and distilling it down into what the actual relationships are across all the data in the company. The different systems all provide different levels of detail, for example if you look at a file that is a signed Non-disclosure Agreement in Dropbox, it doesn’t tell you which company it’s associated with, just who uploaded it, when it was last changed, and a mass of text. Using information from other connected sources, we’re able to figure out which company the file is associated with, who signed the document, and many other key details for that document.

SC: How long does the Enterprise Knowledge Graph in particular take to learn all these associations to present them in a way that’s meaningful?

QH: The short answer is: it starts immediately and continues to learn, but it comes with a lot of contextual knowledge out of the box.

The long answer is that we train the system with multi-level relevance models. The first layer is specific to users – based on a user’s specific activity and searching patterns, we know how to better serve results from one page to the next, or one query to the next.

The second layer is specific to an organization. We’ve found that throughout an organization, there are common workflows that a number of users perform. Swiftype Enterprise Search is able to detect these behavioral patterns and proactively apply optimizations. So if a user joins an organization in Swiftype, her system would already be optimized based on the usage of her colleagues.

The third layer is extremely important when it comes to cloud-based tools such as ours, and is more generalized to how systems learn from each other. We can enrich a PDF in Dropbox with what we know from Salesforce or Zendesk data to tie them all together and learn what the relationship between the systems are. This generalized layer is extremely beneficial because the moment you sign up and connect your data to Swiftype Enterprise Search, you can instantly benefit from that knowledge.

Because we’re a cloud-based provider, we’re able to layer these models on top of each other to create the best possible search experience. If you’re stuck on a server, you aren’t going to be able to draw on the collective knowledge of running Enterprise Search for thousands of companies. If your search algorithm is in complete isolation in a box in someone’s data center, there’s no communication between systems, no channel to say you’ve learned something new that you can apply to everyone.

When you’re talking about something like AI, it’s constantly evolving, not in batches or software updates, but every time a new piece of content comes in, every time someone clicks a result, and every time someone conducts a new search. It’s in real time.

SC: Thanks for breaking this all down, Quin.  We’ve been hearing a lot about AI-Powered technologies lately, so it’s great to better understand the data science and behavioral analysis at the core of Swiftype’s search platform. With all the details and nuances behind Swiftype’s differentiators, it sounds like there is so much more that we could expand on. Let’s plan to chat again soon so we can dig even deeper into the landscape of Enterprise Search.

Can’t wait for part two? Want more info right now? Request a demo with our amazing sales team and they’ll walk you through it!

What Makes Slack Such a Valuable Collaboration Tool?

By now, you’ve likely heard about Slack. Whether or not you use it, love it, or are generally privy to why it’s changing the way teams collaborate, you know it’s gained substantial momentum and organizations/users everywhere are seeing its value.

Is Slack Really All That?

It’s little wonder that the messaging/group chat/document-sharing application Slack has been called one of the most innovative companies of 2017. Launched in late 2013 as a simple workplace collaboration application, by last October Slack was making the workday more efficient for four million active users (including 1.25 million paying users), resulting in a very healthy $100 million in annual revenue (give or take a buck or two).

The reason for its rapid-fire success? In a classic take on the “necessity is the mother of invention” trope, Slack filled a desperate need that had thus far eluded business—delivering a user-friendly, “one stop shopping” workplace collaboration beehive that supports seamless company-wide communication.

Employees LOVE Slack

Millennials in the workplace today top the 50 million mark (and Generation Z is nipping at their heels!). Weaned on technology, they use the collaboration tool to coordinate and keep track of every aspect of their lives. This powerful workforce expects a healthy work/life balance, extreme efficiency, and opportunities for flexible working arrangements. Slack ticks all of those boxes.

Bye-bye, annoying email threads and “reply alls.” See you later, long, drawn out, boring “team update” meetings and time wasting duplicate work. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, lost documents and messed up project workflow. Instead, say hello to:

  • Group-chat channels—including text, audio, and video chat
  • Threaded messaging to assist in keeping conversations contextual, organized, and focused
  • Direct messaging and @ alerts
  • Clickable drop-down menus that help facilitate more complex workflows
  • Drag and drop file sharing (including images, PDFs, documents, and spreadsheets)
  • Superb integration and connectivity that results in all notifications appearing in Slack so there’s not more toggling between Twitter, DropBox, Asana, etc., making it easier than ever to find what you need (and even easier when you integrate Slack with your Swiftype account!)
  • Application integrations and third party app development using their API
  • Syncing ability to any smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers tied into your network, providing employees with flexible work arrangements

[Editor’s note: Features vary between paid and free versions.]

And unlike many other platforms that are difficult to integrate and even harder to use, Slack’s “friendly” interface means happy Slack users spend, on average, 10 hours per weekday plugged into the platform and 140 minutes per user per weekday actively working within the system.

Collaboration Drives Innovation

According to a recent O.C. Tanner Great Work Study, 88 percent of great work starts with an employee asking an inquisitive question, and 72 percent of great work ideas succeed because the employee speaks to many people about their solution, and incorporates diverse knowledge and viewpoints into the design.

Slack drives this type of collaboration and innovation. It encourages employees to question and communicate, problem solve, and pool talents and strengths. It helps break down silos between departments, and, especially important if you’re running a virtual or global company, allows employees to connect, work, and share ideas at any time, and from anywhere.

The Cure for the Common Chaos

So, is Slack a cure-all for excessive meetings and unproductivity? For many companies, yes. For others, it’s not perfect. It’s been said that group chat can cause distractions and meetings can be boundary-less. But Slack has ridiculously high user satisfaction scores, so it’s doing something right.

The Swiftype team, being a fan, saw the platform’s advantages and opted to build a dedicated connector between Slack and their Enterprise Search solution. This enables teams to automatically search over an organization’s universe of cloud apps (Salesforce, Dropbox, Jira, Confluence, and more) then quickly share the results. Learn more about Swiftype for Slack and how you can find everything you need without leaving where you work.

Introducing the Swiftype Search Sallet

Have you ever found yourself on one of your favorite websites, hunting for something very specific, typing query after query into the search field, thinking to yourself: “I wish my computer could just read my mind and find what I’m looking for!”

Well, great news, search fans! Swiftype, the largest independent Site Search and Enterprise Search provider on the web, has solved this long-standing, life-menacing problem just for you. If you ever thought hands-free site search was just a distant thing of the future, you’re wrong! The future is now and now is the future. Today, Swiftype is revealing a cutting-edge site search helmet designed to find what you’re looking for before you even know you’re looking for it: Introducing the Swiftype Search Sallet.

Powering Site Search While Searching Your Mind

We’ve extended our platform to include our patented Neuro-Learning Behavior Recognition technology (NLBR) – you think it, we search it! Get started with the Swiftype Search Sallet in 3 easy steps:

  • Step 1: Wearing Swiftype’s Search Sallet, stare at your computer’s search box for 3 seconds.
  • Step 2: Using Swiftype’s AI, NLP, ML and NLBR technologies, our search automation will recognize that you were searching for, (ie: “Do elephants have elbows?”) and auto-populate your query and immediately trigger the search.
  • Step 3: Review the set of results and stare for 3 seconds at the source you’d like to see more of – additional similar content will automatically appear! Voila! Search that reads your mind.

Unbelievable, Way-Too-Good-To-Be-True Features!

Standard Features include:

Split-Second Search: Our NLBR technology gets smarter over time by learning your eye patterns, brain activity and queries so your search results are returned to you even faster.

Productivity Filtering: Got a deadline coming up, but can’t stop wondering who would win in a fight between Iron Man and Batman? The Search Sallet knows you have to finish your work and won’t show you those results until after you get your work done.

Vocabulary enhancement: Still not sure if it’s “your” or “you’re?” The Swiftype Search Sallet knows which one you actually meant.

Available Enhanced Features:

Song Recognition: Ever get the melody of a song stuck in your head, with no way to figure out what it is? If you’re wearing the Swiftype Search Sallet, our algorithm will pick out the tune and find you that song!

Hunger Recognition: Craving Thai food?  Swiftype will find the restaurant you want in milliseconds before you even know you’re hungry.

Additional Sallet Specs:

  • Breathable, moisture-wicking liner, removable and washable – since you’ll surely work up a sweat -while you feverishly query
  • Color: Flat Black and rubber finish making it the ideal accessory, even for a night out on the town!
  • Incredibly lightweight! Only 10.5 lbs
  • 5-year warranty
  • Batteries not included

Our Customers Have Amazing Things to Say

(Statements given totally and completely by their own free will!)

“Before the Swiftype Search Sallet, I couldn’t find anything I really needed on the internet. Now, I can get information from any website just by thinking it!” – Dave, International Geographic

“I can’t believe I spent all these years wasting time using my hands to search!” – Mindy, Buzzton Post

Dozens of satisfied customers agree – Swiftype’s Search Sallet has not only revolutionized their modern search querying habits, but has made them more likable, attractive, and generally successful. Don’t wait. Order yours today!    

Just kidding. Early April Fool’s! But real talk, our search is pretty damn good. Try it for yourself.

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