Unified Inbox brings InboxRank

By : |July 3, 2014 0

SINGAPORE- Unified Inbox, providers of social communication and collaboration platforms, has announced it has created its own sorting mechanism called “InboxRank.”

The mechanism is a smart algorithm to support its inbox management capabilities, giving control back to users of their inboxes.

The Unified Inbox mobile app and InboxRank leverage the unique capabilities of the SAP HANA platform. The objective of integrating the technology is to allow information workers and professionals to not just manage their personal priorities but also their whole unified communications stream, which includes social media, email, SMS, instant messaging, OTT (Over The Top) players and more.

Dynamically changing algorithms that constantly and in real-time have to handle inbox data while adjusting to a user’s desire and behavior is a complex and critical undertaking.

“We chose to leverage the SAP HANA platform in our Unified Inbox app, as we could see how well it handled big data, predictive analytics and real-time processing of algorithms on top of vast amounts of information from different sources” said Toby Ruckert, founder and chief executive officer of Unified Inbox.

“To help us get started with using SAP HANA, SAP assigned a dedicated tech architect to our team who provided one-on-one assistance when we had technical difficulties to master,” said Aby Varghese, head of research & development at Unified Inbox.

“I arrived at the show a day before it opened, and the city was already buzzing with technology and industry leaders from around the globe,” said Chris Weir, manager, special projects at Unified Inbox. “The conference offered amazing learning and networking opportunities with peers, SAP experts, executives, and partners. I’m proud to have attended, representing Unified Inbox. InboxRank attracted a lot of interest on the show floor, which was packed with game-changing innovations and test drives of the latest applications. It’s become obvious that busy people from many industries are overwhelmed with digital communication and are eagerly waiting their own personal executive inbox assistant to help them better manage their day.”


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