harmon.ie Collage Helps Organize Information by Topic for Outlook Users
harmon.ie has introduced what it calls “the first topic computing solution,” harmon.ie Collage, to unify disconnected information from multiple cloud services within Outlook, which is many employees’ primary work interface.
Adding the machine learning Collage technology to its harmon.ie enterprise solution, harmon.ie Collage surfaces important business updates – from a variety of applications such as ERP and CRM, documents, social tools, and email – that information workers need. The new release adds topical context from a range of business applications, document management systems, and social tools, including Office 365 documents and email, IBM Connections, Salesforce, Yammer and Zendesk, and also uses its patent-pending artificial intelligence technology and Microsoft Graph advances to sort information by topic based on each user’s needs.
harmon.ie Collage aims to eliminate app noise and remove the need for workers to open multiple, process-specific applications and email chains by automatically organizing them by topic within Outlook. The topic-driven sidebar helps workers to see the big picture while staying focused on the topic at hand—be it a specific product, customer, project, campaign or service.
The first Collage Outlook add-on surfaced key topics contained in email messages and then identified related notifications across a variety of information sources. However, according to the company, harmon.ie Collage fully integrates Collage into the harmon.ie-powered Outlook experience so its two million licensed users and the entire Office 365 user community can instantly see all relevant updates in context, within their email window.
Companies don’t need yet another platform or application but they do need to be able to effectively leverage the technology that they already have in place, said Yaacov Cohen, CEO of harmon.ie. harmon.ie Collage, he said, seeks to close the gap and enable focus by delivering the updates and content workers need from an array of business applications, when they need it.
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