AlphaSense, Inc., the leading AI-based search engine for market intelligence, announced the launch of its newest capability, AlphaSense Notebook. Building on the platform’s ability to surface critical information that drives strategic decision making, AlphaSense Notebook streamlines the research experience by enabling users to capture data points and take notes directly within research workflow. This integrated research experience drives efficiency and collaboration for our customers, allowing notes to be captured seamlessly during a research process, and shared with deep-linking back to source content to allow colleagues to see where each insight or key data point originated.
According to IDC, the struggle for organizations to leverage internal notes and documentation is costly: 40% of knowledge workers are not confident they can find a document they created a year ago within five minutes, after which they are likely to give up their search and start over. AlphaSense Notebook stores personal insights alongside the vast content within the platform to create a differentiated research experience that mitigates duplicative work for individuals and teams.
“AlphaSense Notebook is the latest feature to significantly improve our team’s collaboration and research efficiency,” said Breighan Boeskool, University of Notre Dame – Analytics Specialist. “Across our entire team, we’re using it as a way to streamline note-taking. Thanks to AlphaSense’s remarkable search capabilities, we are confident that by documenting our research and notes within the platform, we’ll be able to effortlessly surface and leverage these insights well into the future.”
By empowering users to take notes directly within the platform, AlphaSense Notebook eliminates the need for note transfer and consolidation later in the research process and significantly reduces the time and effort required from the initial search to the final report. Users can easily take notes as they read in the platform, with the ability to pull snippets into notes from any of the platform’s 1000+ content sources and 100 million documents, such as broker research, SEC filings, news, journals and transcripts.
“At AlphaSense, we’ve made a commitment to deliver the most efficient and streamlined research experience possible to knowledge professionals at large organizations across industries, helping them execute their jobs and make well-informed, data-driven decisions with conviction,” said Jack Kokko, CEO and cofounder of AlphaSense. “Notebook is one more way we unleash our clients’ ability to collaborate on idea generation and innovation.”
On the heels of its recent $50 million Series B funding round, AlphaSense continues to scale its platform to enhance the research experience for its 1000+ enterprise clients.