|Description||Intelligent social business software|
|Angel, 8/07 |
Jiglu (Dynamic Discovery Ltd) is a London-based software company specialising in semantic technologies, with applications in content aggregation and collaboration.
The company’s current product, Jiglu Social Business Software, is a unified solution that adds information mining, personalisation and social surfaces to an organisation. It aggregates and connects information from both internal assets, such as an intranet, and relevant external content like social media. This is presented to users in a personalised activity stream, from where they can share and discuss items with others.
In 2007 it launched the Jiglu Widget, a service that automatically tagged blogs and provided them with an enhanced navigation layer. This has since been discontinued.
The company was founded by Stephen Hebditch, co-founder and former CTO of leading content management vendor Mediasurface, later acquired by Alterian and then SDL. Investors include Fritas A/S and Oxford Technology 4 VCT.
Jiglu SBS is a unified solution that delivers collaboration and social media monitoring with intelligent, real-time aggregation of business information.
Jiglu Social Business Software comes with four apps that provide everything required to transform an organisation into a social business.
Jiglu Radar provides an intelligent dashboard bringing information together from all the Jiglu apps so users always stay on top of the latest relevant content, wherever it came from.
The products are made smarter by the Jiglu Dynamic Discovery engine, continuously listening to both internal and external content as it flows through the suite. As new items are added, Jiglu Dynamic Discovery finds the hidden relationships shared with the existing content. When it thinks those connections are important enough, links are automatically created, surfacing relevant archive content as new trends emerge.
Both cloud-hosted and local installation options are available and it scales from the smallest start-up to the largest corporation.