Universal Search Engine for TV, OTT and short-form content

Why search when you can find? Answer this question and your business will thrive on high NPS, improved retention and ultimately higher ARPU.

Although the case for providing your customers with great search is clear, it is not necessarily easy to get there. Initial implementation costs are typically high. Plus the ongoing demands of refinement, maintenance and enhancements. Our Search Engine offers a future-proof approach to providing your customers with a great search experience. With our extensive technical and domain expertise, you will get search technology purpose-built for finding video entertainment content.

Finding is always better than searching

Search successes like Google come from a deep understanding of user behaviours to deliver the best experience in the context of the user, at this very moment. Understanding user input and context are essentials to deliver on this promise, with the support of a TV/OTT optimised engine.

Anatomy of a top Search Engine for Live & OTT

ESSENTIAL features

Handle User Entry Errors
Real world searches regularly contain spelling mistakes, typos and incorrect word order.
Search by Entity (people, genre,etc..)
People, genre, themes etc... are key start points for search in the world of OTT and TV.
Handle Synonyms
Use of synonyms is common place making it absolute search essential.
Handle Partial Match
For speed searches often ommit the first or last few letters or words of the query.

TIER 1 features

Dramatically reduces time to value, with potential for a 2x improvement in conversions!
Universal Search
Allows for better answers than the dreaded 'No Results Found'.
Related Results
Addresses the 'why' rather that the 'what' when it comes to search.
Adaptive Search
At any given moment surface search trends and popular results.
Filter By Attributes
Content metadata attributes provide logical groupings for users to filter results

Want to learn more about how our search engine technology will let your users find what they are looking for?

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