If your data cannot come to our analytics and UI, we can bring our analytics and UI to your data. With Mergeflow’s enterprise solutions, you can deploy our technology within your computing infrastructure.
A lot of effort goes into creating internal research reports, project descriptions, and other content. Unfortunately, these valuable contents often end up in data silos. Through Mergeflow Enterprise Solutions, you can integrate the R&D contents across your organization, and make them part of your tech discovery and exploration work.
“Who’s the expert for … in my organization?”
Mergeflow analyzes your content and extracts the names of the authors. So, when you search for a topic, Mergeflow displays the people associated with that topic, as well as their collaboration networks.
In addition to your own content, Mergeflow Enterprise collects and organizes worldwide R&D and business data. This gives you a panoramic view on innovation, no matter where it happens.
Mergeflow Enterprise works with content that’s being generated already anyways, for example project descriptions. This saves everyone the work of creating additional content, such as enterprise social network profiles.
“A year from now”. This is not the answer you want to hear when you ask how long it will take to get up and running.
Enterprise Solutions are deployed via standard platforms like Docker. This way you get continuous deployment, updating, and scaling.
Enterprise Solutions live within your computing infrastructure. There is no need for any additional authentification and authorization solutions.
Your data and your use cases might require additional business logics. Thanks to our modular tech stack, we can build customized components for you in a very cost-effective way.
You might not know today what exactly you will need in the future. We like lean operations, and we will always focus on your use case as it evolves, not on bells and whistles.
Pricing for Enterprise Solutions consists of an annual subscription and setup and deployment. Additionally, optional functionalities are available.
Setup and deployment costs are one-time, time-and-material-based costs that depend on the customer’s computing infrastructure and processes.
Costs depend on the complexity of the desired optional functionality.
Here are some examples of optional functionalities: