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2017 Winter Release 
|Operating system||Linux, Microsoft Windows (platform dependent)|
|Available in||English, German, plus over 40 other languages|
|Type||Enterprise Search, big data, knowledge management, insight engines|
|License||Commercial, test possibility available |
The products enable a consolidated view of the company's knowledge, regardless of where (data sources) and how (structured, unstructured) it is stored.
The name Mindbreeze was coined as an amalgamation of the words “mind“ and “breeze.“ Mind represents the cognitive abilities of the products, and breeze represents their nature as supportive products in the background of a company’s activities
Mindbreeze learns from every content and every user
Machine learning and deep learning enable the system to learn from past examples. Important information is gleaned from training documents and saved. The data is then further developed and enriched with new insights. New information is linked with existing knowledge and correlations are recognized.
Personalized results for different groups
Because the information is automatically processed in such a way that it corresponds to a specific role in the company, different employees or groups receive a different view of the company's knowledge, even if they use the same information sources. These personalized search results help employees get their work done more efficiently.
Proactive information management
On the basis of permanent observation −how a person works and which information is relevant and significant to him − insight engines learn how to categorize the relevance of data and provide proactive, personalized, and timely information.
Unlike conventional business intelligence solutions, insight engines can also factor unstructured data in their analyses and predictions, since all relevant information is included in the search. These results are also enriched with context-relevant information, resulting in a 360-degree view of all existing company data, which provides decision-makers with the right information at the right time, in the right context. Thanks to its easy operation, users can quickly and independently carry out analyses and create reports without the help of the IT staff.
Search app designer
Special disciplines have specific requirements, and experts in a given field know the available information and the relevant processes in detail. The Search app designer allows users to create their own search applications without requiring IT know-how. The editor allows you to link and display information from different sources. The display can be easily customized. The editor contains a selection of design elements, or widgets[disambiguation needed], such as filters, that can be freely combined without programming knowledge.
Search in all sources
More than 450 connectors bring together information from a vast range of data sources into one semantic search index. This data can come directly from the company as well as from the Internet. Microsoft programs, e-mails, PDFs and even data from CRM systems, information from the Internet, etc. are included in the search. Correlations are clearly recognized and within a very short amount of time, all relevant information is available.
The dynamic filters create the possibility for structuring by categories. For example, they enable a specific search for sources, authors, annual figures, or file formats.
Any data relating to a person that was created by or for a person can be found using a specific search query. In addition, contact details, areas of responsibility, and the department can be acquired by means of the search.
A database that contains all the important information and is modeled around the search term allows you to preview the data in advance using the preview function without having to open the core programs.
The mobile search provides secure access to all relevant company information via mobile devices such as a tablet or smartphone.
Data and information are often scattered throughout the company. Mindbreeze finds, links, and makes available information so that the existing knowledge can be used.
The classification enables simple handling of a company’s incoming mail via different channels. Mindbreeze enables automated sorting and forwarding of the documents received.
Search tool for websites
Mindbreeze enables optimized search results via company portals, websites, blogs, and social media channels.
An equivalent to the Google Search Appliance, Mindbreeze offers a simple, uncomplicated solution.
Mindbreeze understands the meaning of information and presents it in context in a clear and structured manner − personalized and reorganized with a focus on semantic correlations. Thus, information is pooled into a visual overall view (360° view) − all information is retrievable at a glance, and both information and concepts are presented in their respective context.
Important documents such as contracts require careful handling. Confidential documents are only made available to persons authorized to view them.
- Customer service
Security and reliability
- ISO 27001 certification
- ISO 20000 certification
- ISO 9001 certified quality management
- ISAE 3402 TYPE 2
- In August 2008, Mindbreeze Enterprise Search was voted Trend-Setting Product of 2008.
- In September 2008, Gartner Inc. listed Mindbreeze in the Magic Quadrant Information Access Technology.
- In October 2008, Gartner Inc. positioned Mindbreeze GmbH as “Niche Player” in the Magic Quadrant Information Access Technology.
- Mindbreeze Enterprise Search was again named Trend-Setting Product in August 2009.
- Once again Mindbreeze was listed in October 2009 in Gartner's Magic Quadrant Information Access Technology.
- In 2010, Mindbreeze was again named Trend-Setting Product 2010 by the KM-World. 
- In 2010, Fabasoft Mindbreeze Mobile was nominated for the Innovation Prize - IT in the “Mobile” category, awarded by the Initiative Mittelstand (D)..
- In December 2010, Fabasoft Mindbreeze received a positive rating in the Gartner Inc. Leading Analyst Firm's Enterprise Search MarketScope Report.
- In October 2011, Mindbreeze earned the title Trend-Setting Product 2011.
- Fabasoft/Mindbreeze was included in the “positive” category of the current MarketScope for Enterprise Search by Gartner Inc. in December 2011. 
- In September 2012 Mindbreeze InSite was named the Trend-Setting Product of the Year.
- In May 2013, Gartner positioned Mindbreeze as a “Challenger” in the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search.
- In 2013, US magazine KM World again awarded Mindbreeze InSite the title Trend-Setting Product.
- In December 2013, Forrester included Mindbreeze in the “Site Search Technology” report.
- Mindbreeze GmbH reached 3rd place at the eAwards in the category of work and organization.
- In 2014 Mindbreeze GmbH was again positioned as a “Challenger” in the Gartner Magic Quadrant.
- The Trend-Setting Product 2014 was Mindbreeze InSpire.
- Again in August 2015, Mindbreeze was positioned as a “Challenger” in Gartner Inc.'s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search.
- Mindbreeze InSpire was again selected in September 2015 as a Trend-Setting Product.
- In November 2015, the accessibility of Mindbreeze was confirmed.
- In 2016, KM-World once again named Mindbreeze InSpire as a Trend-Setting Product of the year.
- Mindbreeze GmbH reached 2nd place at the eAwards in the category of work and organization in 2017. 
- Mindbreeze GmbH was one of the “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management” in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 selected by US magazine KMWorld..
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