Build Intelligence with Pluaris
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Pluaris is the all-in-one, easy-to-use platform to assist you with automated reading and analysis of textual data.
Using Pluaris in 3 Easy Steps
Step 1: Get Data into Pluaris
Upload websites, text, and files. You don’t have to spend time reading and analyzing – Pluaris will take care of that.
Set up automated monitoring of public news sources on your topics of interest.
Integrate with your enterprise tools (drives, instant messaging, email, and more) and let Pluaris automatically analyze and upload the textual data.
Step 2: Explore Your Knowledge Base
Scan your feed to see summaries and extracted intelligence for each item uploaded.
View the graphical analysis of the annotations and analyzed content for unbiased importance ranking.
Drill-down to any level of granularity using the available filters.
Discover new connections, topics, and insights.
Step 3: Synthesize, Summarize, and Share
Quickly generate outputs, thereby saving time in researching, validating, aligning teams, or presenting.
Create your own notes, and then add key points extracted by Pluaris to those notes with a single click.
Collaborate with your family, team, or company, sharing the Pluaris analyses and your own insights and notes.
Introduction to Pluaris
What does Pluaris do?
Find nuggets of intelligence scattered throughout the open web or buried deep within your knowledge base.
Pluaris automatically analyzes the content it reads by extracting summary points and segregating them as key highlights and the reasons for action that we call drivers. The identification of drivers lays the foundation for cause and effect analysis assisting users in problem-solving.
Additionally, it labels answers to the most frequently asked questions like who, what, where, when, why, how, and how much. It identifies categories and discovers connections.
Data exploration is key to finding what you need when you need it. Within Pluaris, we’ve created a Google-like search, called Ask Me, that finds and retrieves information. However, unlike Google we are able to search through your internal knowledge base in drives, instant messaging, enterprise tools or other data systems if connected with Pluaris.
Pluaris Feature Comparison
|Feature List||Pluaris||Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) Tools (Evernote, Roam Research)||Search Engines (Google, Yahoo)||Document Storage Systems ( One Drive, Google Drive)|
|Connect to/search public sources|
|Connect to/search private sources (drives, instant messaging, email, CRMs, and more)|
|Automatically monitor and upload data from public and private sources|
|Automatic analysis of uploaded data.(*1)|
|Store in Knowledge Base|
|Discover new insights. (*2)|
|Annotate with notes|
|Share and collaborate|
*1: Automatic analysis includes Summarizing, Annotating (Labeling), Categorizing, Answering Questions, Conducting Sentiment Analysis, and Assessing Risks & Opportunities.
*2: Go beyond keyword search to discover new insights and connections between annotated entities, ask direct natural language questions of your knowledge base, and use data-driven importance ranking.
From Individuals to Large Teams
We offer subscription pricing and different tiers to meet your growing needs.
2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day, why not learn more in less time?