Lucidworks Announces Fusion 4.2 With New Predictive Merchandising Feature

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A new press release reports, “Lucidworks, leader in AI-powered search applications, today announces the release of Lucidworks Fusion 4.2, the latest version of their development platform that incorporates machine learning and AI technologies into search applications. The release includes increased usability for product owners and domain experts to easily deploy AI-powered solutions to build a more powerful digital experience for users and increase revenues. ‘Retailers are competing to deliver a highly-personalized digital experience to customers, and search is often at the core of the applications and touchpoints businesses share with their users,’ says Lucidworks CTO, Grant Ingersoll. ‘With each release of Fusion, we’re focusing on features and applications that help people find what they’re looking for. Fusion 4.2 empowers brands to learn about their users and deploy updates quickly to production, with access to AI-powered tools that don’t require you to be a data scientist’.”

The release goes on, “The biggest challenges facing data-driven organizations today is finding an efficient way to import masses of incoming data from users, understanding that information, and then tuning search relevance in real-time to create the best search experience. Fusion 4.2 simplifies this process, most notably for digital commerce customers. The new predictive merchandising feature allows brands to intelligently merchandise their product catalogue using AI to augment their own knowledge. This is powered by components that, for example, allow a merchandiser to come in, execute a search, and see what happens from the customer’s point of view so they can best modify the environment to increase conversions.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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