RAVN Systems Releases RAVN Refine, an Enterprise Data Management Solution

LONDON, February 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — RAVN Systems, experts in Enterprise Search, Unstructured Big Data analytics, Knowledge Management and cognitive computing technology, are pleased to announce the release of RAVN Refine, a solution that mitigates risk and storage costs with semantic enterprise information governance.

RAVN Refine applies core RAVN technologies to the management of enterprise-wide data. Whether the business driver is minimising the cost of storing data or the correct retention for regulatory or compliance reasons, RAVN Refine applies a combination of conventional and semantic analyses across content sources to help you take back control of otherwise unchecked expansion.

RAVN Refine Benefits:

  • Cost saving by reducing the amount of data retained: By identifying exact or near duplicated, expired or trivial data and removing it from the estate, overall data volumes are reduced with associated savings in storage costs, energy costs, licences and data maintenance overheads.
  • Risk Mitigation: The risk of not retaining data for compliance reasons often results in overly extended policies. Retaining data beyond expiry policy can equally hold risk to an organisation. By applying consistent policies across multiple datasets, RAVN Refine can help minimise the risk of secure or sensitive data leaking.
  • Increase Efficiency: Aside from the obvious cost savings when applying good housekeeping to datasets, RAVN Refine cleanses the resulting datasets of noise, resulting in improved search results and more performant systems due to smaller data volumes to process.

About RAVN Systems

RAVN Systems has a combined experience of 50+ years in Enterprise Search and offers revolutionary, search-based solutions and capabilities across a broad spectrum of industry verticals. RAVN solutions and expertise deliver long-term value and competitive advantage from unstructured information and through deep analytics capabilities, mitigate business risk.

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