Press releasesMarch 30, 2015
Coveo today announced the availability of several new and version-update Connectors for its leading Enterprise Search Platform. The Coveo Connectors further expand the opportunity for support organizations to leverage all of the rich, customer-relevant knowledge and information fragmented among multiple cloud and enterprise applications. Unified, contextual knowledge and data can now be unified across cloud and on-premise systems with Coveo Connectors for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Lithium Online Communities, Oracle Knowledge, YouTube, Atlassian Confluence and JIRA.
Coveo Connectors are pre-built, production-ready integrations that enable indexing, or virtual unification, of unstructured and structured content from both cloud and enterprise applications. Coveo Connectors provide the scalability and real-time refresh capabilities for dynamic information mashups while respecting the security and permissions of each indexed system, ensuring that users see only information they have permission to view. Coveo Connectors virtually unify disparate, fragmented data into the Coveo unified index, where it is automatically enriched and can be unified with related information from vastly different systems and injected into the point of need.
Customer service organizations using Coveo Enterprise Search-powered applications, such as Coveo for Salesforce Service Cloud and Communities Editions or other Coveo customer service applications, can now securely unify data and knowledge stored within these applications with content from Salesforce and other cloud and on-premise applications to unify and present relevant customer, product and issue resolution information in context. With Coveo, support interactions become more relevant and effortless for customers and support agents alike.
In addition, Coveo has also made significant enhancements to its existing Atlassian Confluence and JIRA Connectors. The Confluence Connector is now supported in the cloud, allowing Coveo for Salesforce customers to index and consolidate information from these data sources and make it available to customer service agents and customers. The Coveo Atlassian JIRA V2 Connector allows Coveo to index JIRA instances and unify content and knowledge, including items such as projects, issues, comments, attachments and more, allowing customer service organizations to access relevant bug tracking information.
“Broad connectivity is a hallmark of the Coveo platform and applications,” says Laurent Simoneau, president and CTO of Coveo. “The new and updated Coveo-built Connectors further broaden our ability to securely unify the entire ‘ecosystem of record’ for mid to large organizations, delivering contextual customer knowledge and information within the service channel of choice.”
Coveo has also introduced a series of new and updated connectors in support of its Enterprise Search Platform, including new Connectors for PTC Windchill, Dropbox and RSS feeds and updates to its existing SharePoint Connector. These Connectors add to the company’s existing library of connectors for enterprise systems.
Recognized as the Most Visionary Leader in Enterprise Search by Gartner, Coveo transforms the world of work for millions of people across more than 1,000 enterprise activations in 35 countries. Coveo’s highly advanced enterprise search technology adds the value of rich content and insights to CRM, customer service applications, intranets and websites. Coveo securely connects with most legacy and cloud systems, consolidates organizations’ full ecosystems of record in real-time, and provides unified search, dynamic 360-degree views of information, and contextual, proactive recommendations of relevant content and experts using powerful analytics.
Coveo is a strategic partner of several large application providers such as Salesforce, and is used by leading organizations worldwide to enable the on-demand skills and knowledge required by constantly evolving digital workplaces. For more information, please visit www.coveo.com, and follow us on the Coveo blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.
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Manager, Media Relations