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What is Indāgō?
Indāgō (from the Latin verb meaning to hunt, to track, to investigate):
- Enables monetization of content
- Enhances information security and governance
- Accelerates and increases accuracy of e-discovery and content searches
- Increases end-user productivity
Reduces IT expenditures related to information management and storage
Agile, comprehensive and scalable Content Analytics that:
Agile, Comprehensive, Scalable
Intelligent Profiling of Data
Indāgō provides the ability to quickly profile content through virtually any repository to give Subject Matter Experts, via the interactive dashboard and portal, deep analytical insights into the content.
In-place integration with ECMs
Indāgō is intended to function as a decision-support system to automatically create and enhance content metadata in place and integrate with various ECM systems, SharePoint, G-Suite and other repositories .
Indāgō Cross-Industry Use Cases
■ Profiling, clean-up and migration
■ E-discovery acceleration
■ Information security, sensitivity and governance
■ Operational efficiency, audits, compliance
Energy and Utilities
- PHMSA / EHS audits, compliance
- Well / land content optimization
- Asset consolidation
- Lease / royalty agreements analytics
Finance and Insurance
- SEC / OCC / CFPB / Dodd-Frank audits and compliance
- Commercial / retail loan origination
- Claims analytics
- Information forensics
Other Industry Examples
- Intellectual property categorization
- Business process outsourcing
- AP Automation
- Engineering / operational assets consolidation
Indāgō : Agile, Comprehensive, Scalable
■ Effectively reduce the risk and inefficiencies buried in unstructured data
■ Better manage data in line with governance and policies
■ Optimize data management and storage infrastructure
■ Provide better access to unstructured data
■ Facilitate business use of data that has previously been deemed "dark"
Assuming a midsize environment, with between 1PB and 4PB of raw capacity, and a storage total cost of ownership (TCO) of $2,325 per TB raw or $3,092 per TB usable (assuming 75% of raw capacity being usable), this equates to $1,546,000 to $6,184,000 in wasted spending on ROT.
Keeping everything also presents a larger-than-necessary target for hackers. In the December 2014 Sony hack, for example, hackers accessed thousands of emails, including deleted items that never actually "went away."
Haystac Delivers Results
|We are Haystac|
|Launched in 2014, Haystac is the creator and developer of Indāgō, one of the most agile, comprehensive, and scalable content analytics software that is used by customers in financial services and insurance, energy and utilities as well as other regulated and non-regulated industries.|
|Haystac’s history with solutions for unstructured data begins with the founding by Haystac's co-founders Mr. Barak Tsivkin and Mr. Eli Zukovsky, of an entity called Solaris Development Inc.’s in Boston in 2003. To this day, Solaris’ strategy continues to focus primarily on the development of custom applications leveraging proprietary applications of machine learning technologies for healthcare, with customers such as Massachusetts General Hospital, Partners Healthcare, Boston Children's Hospital and other similar healthcare providers in the Boston area.
Since its launch in 2014, Haystac continues to focus its own developmental resources towards furthering and differentiating its content analytics offering in areas such as advanced machine learning algorithms, scalability, visual classification, as well as integration with leading ECMs and other unstructured content repositories.
|In addition to a focused direct sales strategy, Haystac invests significant resources in aggressively seeking out and promoting synergistic relationships with leading system integrators and technology vendors.|
Examples of these include strategic relationships established in 2016 with Capgemini (one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services), Access Sciences (a leader in information management and governance, technology, change management, and managed services) and HCL (a global services company that covers the entire gamut of technology solutions and services including infrastructure management, application development, BPO and engineering and R&D services).
Haystac also continues to seek out alliances with complementary technology providers. Successful examples include Google, Oracle, Aodocs, ABBY, BCS Systems and AI Foundry.