Leading Global Technology Company Enhances Search Capabilities with Bridgeline’s AI-Powered HawkSearch

Revolutionizing Online Search: Bridgeline Digital’s AI-Powered Technology Enhances Global Websites

Bridgeline Digital, Inc., a technology company based in Woburn, Massachusetts, announced on April 4, 2024 that a global technology leader has implemented their AI-powered search technology, HawkSearch, to enhance their website on the Sitefinity platform. The company aims to improve its growth strategy by providing a more personalized user experience with HawkSearch’s AI-powered search bar.

With HawkSearch in place, Bridgeline’s online resource hub will be more user-friendly for its global audience. The platform includes features like autocomplete and visitor targeting results to facilitate navigation between various document types in multiple languages. This will make it easier for users to find the information they need quickly and efficiently.

Ari Kahn, CEO of Bridgeline, expressed his excitement about the technology leader’s choice to implement HawkSearch, seeing it as a validation of Bridgeline’s commitment to AI innovation and excellence. He believes that their AI technology is setting a new standard for online search, enhancing every user’s site experience.

Bridgeline Digital is dedicated to helping companies increase their online revenue by boosting traffic, conversion rates, and average order value. To learn more about Bridgeline and their services, visit their website at www.bridgeline.com. For further information or inquiries, please contact Danielle Colvin, SVP of Marketing, at press@bridgeline.com.

Leave a Reply

Report: Andrew Siciliano and other faces of ‘NFL Red Zone’ let go from NFL Network Previous post NFL Network’s Cost-Cutting Measures: Letting Go of Popular Analysts and Sideline Reporters Amid ESPN Takeover Talks
Oldest man in the world passes away just two months shy of his 115th birthday Next post Remembering the World’s Oldest Man: Juan Vicente Perez, a Living Legend Who Survived Two World Wars and the Pandemic