Search, speed, intelligence, accuracy – Nalanda Technology has launched the first complete search package capable of searching all your unstructured data from any device. Documents, spreadsheets, emails, web pages, images, text files, XML and database records, Dropbox data, and social media posts are all searchable within minutes using the Company’s ‘Nalytics’ solution.

We live in a world where data volume is growing exponentially and where information is not only accessed across a number of devices, but is also stored in a disparate number of places, be it on servers within shared drives, or in the cloud. Until now, accessing this information was difficult and time consuming - Nalytics has changed all that.

A next generation precision search and discovery tool from Glasgow-based Nalanda Technology, Nalytics helps individuals, teams and entire organisations access and analyse their data to enhance insight, drive innovation and deliver improvements. Nalytics makes it quick and easy to search with precision, allowing you to uncover huge volumes of data and documents - cutting edge technology delivering powerful search, analytical and explorative capabilities.

By inputting just a few relevant words, millions of pieces of data can be searched in a matter of minutes. The tool’s intelligence means the results are not just presented, but they are organised, saving the user a lot of time and effort as they do not have to search through huge lists of irrelevant returns. Nalytics search results give access to the ‘digital DNA’ of the target data allowing users to perform a wealth of possible analytical and discovery operations - user selectable search precision to match for words within sentences, paragraphs, sections or whole documents. Designed for and delivered as software as a service (SaaS), Nalytics can be accessed by any device or browser.

Two new customers delighted with ‘Nalytics’ are one of the UK’s leading full-service law firms, Gosschalks Solicitors and BuzzFeed UK, a cross-platform, global network for news and entertainment that generates more than 6 billion monthly global content views.

Steve Savage, Development Director at Gosschalks Solicitors explains:

“The Nalytics solution delivers a really neat and intuitive solution to our legacy document needs. It provides us with an easy to use, fast and effective way to search, discover and access all our legacy documents utilising the rich metadata we have built up over the years – everything our users told us they needed. Not only that, but is has enabled us to make significant savings around infrastructure and data management overheads.”

“There is no doubt that Nalytics helps our lawyers to maintain our high standards of client service and will continue to do so for years to come. Overall, a very solid, capable and reliable solution for our needs.”

Heidi Blake, Investigations Editor at BuzzFeed UK, said:

“Nalanda is brilliant for searching, analysing and organising large troves of documents really simply and quickly. We've used it to mine a few bulky document dumps and found it easier to navigate than other forensic search software we've tried in the past, as well as being far more cost-effective. We were also able to get up and running and start doing real work very quickly with only minimal training. Highly recommended!"

Peter O’Hara, Chief Executive of Nalanda Technology, comments:

“Most people are familiar with the Google search engine but its discovery capabilities are quite limited, you are typically presented with too many results to be able to accurately decipher what it is telling you. We are driven by the question -- after you Google it then what next? How do you enable a user to gather from multiple results, multiple content sources and dive deeper to get better insights? Our platform covers the whole of your information sources, from the web, from emails and attachments to Dropbox data, and the application does not have to be launched to view and review the data. Put simply we believe there is no such thing as unstructured data. All data has an inherent structure; using our technology anything held in a digital format can be simply processed to create data resource sets. These can be used to locate and discover information and meaningful content within its context and structure, delivering 100% precision.”