San Francisco, CA – October 1, 2007 -- MuseGlobal, provider of comprehensive search products and management systems worldwide, has announced the integration of the Muse Content Machine into Groxis' information management and discovery tool, Grokker. The Muse Content Machine provides source management, access management, search integration and application modules all managed within a common administrative system and networking environment that creates and maintains search products and services quickly, effectively and reliably.
"Groxis visual search has the ability to transform Web searches into powerful interactive research, with content intelligently organized and mapped. Combined with the management and administrative tools of MuseGlobal's Content Machine, Groxis now offers a system that can easily integrate and manage diverse search sources and services in a unified, stable and easily maintained production environment," states Kate Noerr, CEO MuseGlobal. "We are delighted to be working with Groxis, whose impressive list of partners includes Sun Microsystems, Internet Public Library, and Stanford University."
"We are delighted to partner with MuseGlobal, the industry leader in connectivity between sources of content and powerful applications like Grokker," said Randall Marcinko, Groxis CEO. "This partnership enables both Groxis and MuseGlobal to focus on our mutual core strengths and as a result to deliver the most powerful suite of products to our clients for the best possible value."
MuseGlobal sets the standard for search management technology. Our search integration and management systems enable institutions worldwide to build outstanding search products and services, unifying the widest range of content sources into high performance and reliable custom search solutions. We support multiple platforms and offer a wide range of interoperability options, as well as robust developer and customer toolkits that ease customization, implementation, maintenance and administration. MuseGlobal works closely with today's most sophisticated publishers, technology companies, enterprises and online services to build effective custom search solutions for their users.
Groxis is a pioneer in visual search technology and the creator of the patented Graphical Information Interface (GII). Groxis develops and markets Grokker, an enterprise information management and discovery tool based on the GII. Corporations, universities, and content publishers are using Grokker to improve the way people explore, organize, and share digital information. Grokker ties together corporate databases, subscription content, and search engines in a visual user interface that yields increased productivity through more efficient research and collaboration. A privately held company backed by leading venture investors, Groxis is based in San Francisco's financial district.