Monday, September 25, 2006

Visualization Webinar- future of search

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Is the future of search being transformed using visualization technologies?

Greg Merkle Factiva's VP of Product Design is going to be conducting a Webinar this week on 'Uncovering Hidden Value within Information using Visualization Technologies". Greg is a top notch presenter and visionary in the industry and is not to be missed- he thinks the future of search is being transformed- join us to see why.

Here is some information on the Webinar:

The future of search is being transformed using visualization technologies. Learn how visualization technologies can help you easily:

  • spot a trend
  • look for patterns and relationships
  • quickly & efficiently synthesize data

Visualization of ideas is not new, but the incorporation of new technologies gives this trend startling new dimensions. Take a tour of the hottest of these new capabilities from across the web lead by Greg Merkle, Vice President of Product Design.

Join us Wednesday, 27 September, 11:00 US Eastern time/8amPST via LiveMeeting technology. [west coast folks- this stuff goes great with morning coffee!]

Register today or drop me a line if you can't make it and i will get a recorded version out to you.

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