Self-Learning and Interpreting Data Search System developed by T-Systems Hungary

Self-Learning and Interpreting Data Search System developed by T-Systems HungaryT-Systems Hungary (legal predecessor to IQSYS Zrt.) was granted nearly HUF 51 million in non-refundable aid in the "Promoting Corporate Innovation" tender invited under the framework of the New Széchenyi Plan. Worth a total of HUF 202 million, the investment was used to develop a self-learning and interpreting data search system.

T-Systems Hungary was established as the legal successor to IQSYST Information Technology and Consulting Zrt. on 1 October 2012 with the aim of upholding the company's leading position on the market as the provider of the widest range of product-technology and service portfolio on the Hungarian IT and info-communication market.

With the aid of the non-refundable grant of HUF 50,616,661 under the New Széchenyi Plan's "Promoting Corporate Innovation" programme, T-Systems Hungary developed its self-learning and interpreting data search system. The total cost of the investment was HUF 202,466,646.

The company spent the awarded grant plus its own contribution on the development of the ADVISE system (product / application / service) and successfully implemented a major innovation solution that is usable in the public and corporate spheres alike, and which greatly reduces the time spent looking for information relating to structured and unstructured data while also maintains information quality.

The finished system presents libraries, museums, archives, universities, and research institutions as well as the state administration and the corporate sphere with an effective information search solution enabling the users to search in the data inventory, recognise correlations, automatically generate analytical statistics and search languages that can be used for searching.

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