Our information is often scattered across different documents and emails, in different folders on different systems. These folder structures are frustrating to manage, and tagging systems don't work across different platforms.
The Ambertree Information Management System (IMS) was designed to allow users to quickly find the most relevant information, without the need for complicated folder or tagging systems. Users can simply connect to their documents and e-mails on Dropbox, Google Apps, Sharepoint, and other systems. Ambertree IMS uses Watson's Natural Language Understanding to retrieve relevant information, finds content-specific relations, and allows users to navigate their search results like a network graph. This way, you will find not only your direct search results - across your different systems - but you can also see related information in other documents.