Posts Tagged ‘Search’

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Introduction to AI-Powered “Live Search” for Magento

Consumers are increasingly moving to mobile commerce for their shopping needs, but how many are completing their orders? I attended the Adobe webinar “AI-Powered ‘Live Search’ for Magento + Early Adopter Program” and found that shoppers struggle with completing mobile purchases due to search inconsistencies. Magento is working to remedy this with Live Search built […]

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Sitecore Powershell 4: Using ContentSearch API with the Help of Find-Item

In previous posts of this blog series, we have seen how we can use Get-Item and Get-ChildItem to fetch items from our Sitecore instance. Get-ChildItem command is very slow if we have a large number of items to fetch. This is the same when we try to fetch a large number of items by using […]

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The Need for Intelligent Search Within Your Healthcare Website

Are your patients or members getting the best experience from your website? As healthcare websites have increasingly grown in importance, so has the search functionality within those sites. One of the key ways to optimize your member portal or patient-facing website is to ensure that they can easily find what they need on your site. […]

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Perficient Digital and Orrick Win 2019 WebAward

Orrick, a global law firm, needed to update its internal portal site to create a more efficient way to deliver content to employees. With that in mind, Orrick partnered with Perficient Digital on a new content management system that would allow the firm to create more value for attorneys and employees through an integrated, personalized […]

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You Should Know About the New Evergreen Googlebot. Here’s Why.

In early May 2019, Google announced that Googlebot is now evergreen. What exactly does this mean for the search community? Check out our recent video from Eric Enge where he and Google’s Martin Splitt explain how the new evergreen Googlebot will affect search in areas such as rendering hash URLs, <div> tags, and infinite scroll. […]

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Perficient Wins 2019 Coveo Accelerator Award at Coveo Impact

Day one of Coveo Impact 2019 in San Francisco was brought to a close with the Coveo Community Awards this evening. These awards celebrate customers and partners that are progressing through the Coveo Relevancy Maturity Model and demonstrate a real commitment to leveraging the platform. As a Coveo Platinum Partner, Perficient is proud to be […]

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Bing is Innovating as a Search Engine. Here’s Why.

When you think about search engines, Google tends to be top-of-mind. But competition is one of the key drivers of innovation. Check out our recent video from Eric Enge and Mark Traphagen, who joined Perficient Digital through our acquisition of digital consultancy Stone Temple, where they explore areas where Bing is pursuing new innovation. Competition drives […]

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Winning Intranet Strategies: Structured Content and Data Silos

Those of us in the business of building corporate intranets have long battled against people’s tendencies to work in isolation or “silos”. Our goal is to create intranet and collaboration sites where people work in an open and transparent manner, and information is accessible, enabling better decision-making and productivity. Many intranet and collaboration tools such […]

Recap: What’s Next After Google Search Appliance?

There have been numerous questions posed with the sunset of Google Search Appliance (GSA) at the end of 2018, especially for organizations who depend on the platform for enterprise search and for search functionality on their public-facing websites. Combined with the popularity of cloud-deployed solutions, this presents a unique challenge for organizations looking to replace […]

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Questions to Consider When Replacing the Google Search Appliance

Are you looking at replacing the Google Search Appliance? With Google’s upcoming sunset of the hardware-based enterprise search product, organizations dependent on it for public website search and secure internal search need to evaluate potential replacements. License renewals end in 2018, leaving customers with limited time to develop a replacement plan going forward. Customers evaluating […]

Search Using the Result Source Name with O365 Search REST API

When our team performs code refactoring on custom web parts, the following two objectives are identified with the team: Apply REST API instead of JavaScript CSOM to get better performance. Remove as many configurations as possible. There are lots of web parts retrieving data via the search query (CSOM) and each of them contains a […]

5 Things You Can’t Overlook in an Enterprise Search Migration

Last month I wrote a blog, “7 Tips to Prep for a GSA Sunset”. I had several people reach out and suggest the need for a follow-up article covering areas of focus during an enterprise search migration. After giving it some thought, I came up with a list of less obvious considerations that can make […]

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