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Posted by Leslie Owens on January 21, 2010
The technical folks behind Monster.com invited me to visit last week. I somehow couldn’t convince them to show me any Superbowl ads but they did demo their cool new search engine. It’s based on technology they acquired when they bought Trovix in 2008. What can it do?
Information access vendors like Exalead are hot on the concept of “search-based applications” (SBAs). SBAs are purpose-built information access applications that integrate diverse information from multiple sources. Given that Monster.com is one of the most visited sites on the Web, and a top-tier vertical search engine, what does Monster’s experience tell us about SBAs?
If you have a story to tell about deploying search technology, we would like to hear about it.
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