NEW YORK & CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Gabriels Technology Solutions, the leading private-label ecommerce technology provider and Endeca Technologies, Inc. a search and information access software company, announced the introduction of innovative search products for new media that provide a world class competitive advantage to media clients for increased site activity, higher lead generation, enhanced user experience and increased advertising revenue.
Gabriels portal search technology is based on the Endeca Information Access Platform designed to offer search simplicity with the analytical power of business intelligence. Through Endeca Search, Guided Navigation®, and Content Spotlighting capabilities, Gabriels delivers superior experience to site visitors, while offering site owners the tools needed to create contextual advertising and premium placement opportunities.
Gabriels’ Endeca-powered technology provides vertical portals for over 300 media properties including such organizations as Scripps Networks, Network Communications Inc., The New York Times Company, Hearst Newspapers, Freedom Communications Cox Newspapers, Scripps Newspapers and Lee Newspapers.
“Online advertising revenue is critical to the survival of today’s newspapers as they work to replace rapidly declining print dollars with more targeted and transparent online sources of income to meet the needs of their changing audience,” said John Andrews, vice president, Industry Solutions for Endeca. “Gabriel’s Endeca-powered offerings have the potential to expand revenue opportunities through a proven classifieds serving platform, providing the engaging experience that visitors’ desire without the need for internal development resources. It’s a win-win for newspapers and other resource constrained publishers struggling to find new opportunities to grow revenue.”
Michael Gabriel, CEO founder of Gabriels Technology said that “the combination of Gabriels customized search products and leveraging the investment of Endeca technology provides the best in class online search and access capabilities for the consumer to find the home, car, job or product they are looking for efficiently and effectively. That experience increases overall site activity, as measured by important metrics like site visitors, click-through rates, and duration per visit.”
Gabriels Technology based in Manhattan is the leading private-label ecommerce technology provider for architecting and developing custom web applications. Gabriels supports over 300 media properties across North America and Europe utilizing scalable technology to support content rich, high traffic sites, including hosting services within a mission critical environment. Gabriels expertise includes creating advanced search technology, Endeca, database programming, data management, and .NET development. For more information: gabriels.net or [email protected]
Endeca is a leading provider of enterprise search and information access software and solutions. Solutions built on Endeca’s technology deliver the clearest visibility into information, driving hundreds of millions of dollars in measurable cost savings and increased revenue for our customers. Powering these solutions is Endeca’s Information Access Platform™, a major Enterprise Search innovation based on a fundamentally new architecture for building high-ROI applications that let users easily find and act on any structured and unstructured data across the enterprise. More than 250 million end users around the world access information via Endeca solutions, which are in use at more than 600 leading organizations including: ABN AMRO, Boeing, Cox Newspapers, the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, Dell, Ford Motor Company, Hyatt, IBM, John Deere, the Library of Congress, Texas Instruments, and Wal-Mart.
Headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., Endeca has operations in North America, Europe, and Asia. For more information: endeca.com or [email protected]
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