Boxwood

Boxwood

A career center solution under the Naylor Association Solutions family of offerings. Naylor acquired Boxwood Technology, the makers of Boxwood, in 2014. FUSE Search pulls your organization's job listings and related taxonomy. Site users can filter, for example, based on state, salary, or position type.

Members may be coming to your site for something else altogether but imagine their delight when a new job catches their eye in their search results. That's the value of membership at work.

Drupal

Drupal

Open source website management software most often compared and contrasted with WordPress.

Are you using Drupal Views to build-out your content (at least the content you want to index)? If so, the best option for Fuse to connect to it is the Views Datasource module. If you’re not using Views, please let us know what you’re using so we can suggest something.

Ektron

Ektron

Longtime website management platform acquired by Accel-KKR in 2015 and merged with Episerver.

Unless you already have one, we'd write a webservice that's custom to your content (e.g. Smart Forms) using Ektron's API. We have a few of these under our belt so it’s more a matter of tweaking what we’ve got. As with any content connector, all of our work is included under our fixed fee structure.

Elsevier

Elsevier

Popular publisher headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands for the healthcare and science community. FUSE uses their robust API to connect to your data. We’ll need for you to generate a key for us before we can get started and Elsevier has strict limits on API calls which usually means FUSE’s initial indexing can take quite a bit of time spread out over several days or weeks (i.e. index a little bit on Monday, little more on Tuesday, rinse and repeat).

After the initial indexing is complete FUSE only needs to index newly added content which, for many organizations, is once or twice a month. This rarely, if ever, comes up against an API limit.

Episerver

Episerver

Widely known in Europe website management platform acquired by Accel-KKR in 2015 and merged with Ektron. We use Epi’s API to get at most of your structured content but, like Ektron, have a custom web service we use to reach the unstructured stuff.

Of note, Episerver has its own enterprise search called Find. Find is extraordinarily expensive in terms of licensing, development required for it to federate, and hosting. FUSE Search has the same features (and more) but is much more flexible (i.e. plays nicely with others) and cost-effective.