SIGIA-L Mail Archives: [Sigia-l] RE: Google Appliance
[Sigia-l] RE: Google Appliance
Thunderstone, founded in 1981, received its first big assignment in 1986
when it was chosen by NASA to index all of the Challenger debris resulting
from the Challenger Disaster.
I think all of what you claim below about the site is true, yet this is a
case where you do not judge a book by its cover.
Look at their client list
(http://www.thunderstone.com/texis/site/pages/Customers.html); how many
Universities, Fortune 100 companies and State departments do you see listed
As I said, Thunderstone has begun and has evolved for the last 24 years as
an enterprise search vendor.
I use them and love them-- hence the recommendation.
If you actually value the quality of your project and could use an
enterprise-level search solution, then I suggest you get past the
superficial glance at their website and learn something ;)
Lyle Kantrovich said:
>> I've never heard of Thunderstone before. Anyone else have experience
with their products?
>> While they may have been in the biz for 21 years, their site doesn't
instill much trust. The site's design says >> "low budget", "low quality
support" and reminds me of lots of small shareware company sites. Not what
I equate >> with a viable "enterprise search vendor." But maybe their
product and customer experience are different...
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