Chicago, Illinois – February 23, 2009 – Dieselpoint, Inc., a leader in enterprise search and faceted navigation for business and government, announced today that it was honored as one of KMWorld’s 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management. This is the fourth consecutive year Dieselpoint has been honored. This list recognizes industry leadership in knowledge management. KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors and their customers and colleagues, this is the 8th year of the list.
“Each company embodies as part of its culture agile and limber execution of its mission, embracing a spirit of both adaptability and innovation,” said Hugh McKellar, editor in chief KMWorld.
“Dieselpoint’s competitive enterprise search and faceted navigation warrants their inclusion as one of the 100 Companies That Matter,” said Hugh McKellar, Editor-in-Chief of KMWorld. “The enterprise search space is a crowded field, but Dieselpoint works its way into the front of the pack with compelling offerings and loyal customers.” The list was compiled by KMWorld Colleagues, KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors and their customers.
Dieselpoint’s core search and faceted navigation offerings are among the best in the industry. However, many customers choose Dieselpoint over competitors Endeca, Autonomy, and Fast Search for its performance and ease of implementation. Ray Lambert, Systems Project Manager at McGraw-Hill explained, “We were short on time and money. Performance was our biggest consideration. We defined benchmarks, simulated a test load, and everybody here was really pleased with how fast Dieselpoint could bring back results. That clinched the deal.”
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