Information and you in the 21st Century

The Internet is a widely complex, robust and deep system of information. Out of this system developed the need for categorizing its information, ala Yahoo. This resulted in easier location of information, which leads to greater efficiency, which in turn leads to greater reliance on that information. The next step was to create a functional tool that can search for information.

Utilizing search engines provides immediate glimpses to the user of the nature of his/her search term as dictated by the confines of the particular search engine. Currently, there are thousands of different search engines available. Some variants are scope (size of searchable material, there is yet to be an engine that manages to zip through every networked computer, the computational and programming requirements make it currently impossible), functional limitations (the logical (sometimes symbolically) methods by which the engines operates), focus (many engines are geared towards particular topics, such as an educational engine database) and customization capabilities (such as filtering, language preferences etc.)
Despite the breadth of current search engines, there are still several problems that arise for today’s information needs. One obvious failure of search engines is the lack of integration of tomorrow’s information needs. Basically, there is a meteoritic ascent in the informational demands on society and individuals. This ascent translates to ever-greater emphasis on timeliness and accuracy of information requests. Today’s engines simply do not provide the answers to these needs of tomorrow.

One critical weakness of all these various search services is ubiquity in anytime usage. Despite the commonplaceness of personal computers in every facet of society, they still do not provide anytime usage. The increasing ubiquity of personal computers is proportionally less than the increasing demands for information placed on our competitive society.

Referring to the ubiquity problem, there is also the derivative problem of the digital divide. For everyone that has access to a computer, there are several that do not. This issue can not be overstated. The question is how can we provide information requests through one service and solve all these highlighted problems.
Another of the most glaring weaknesses of search engines is their relative ineffectiveness. While it is true that often a search will quickly yield the answer to a query, it often will not, or yield the answer on the results page 47. This leads to often fruitless searching through the long list of results. Often these attempts can become an extremely time consuming process.

The answer to these information problems is ECI. Essentially, ECI is the most effective direct link to the information on the web. (For clients with zero computer experience and knowledge to the client that has every gadget and gizmo.) How, you ask? The answer resides in our proprietary hardware systems. Each carbon-based system has over a trillion synapses on a massive parallel processing neural network. These computer systems are capable of massive complex sensory input and output (Most importantly are their auditory sensory capabilities for our customers) What’s more, we will offer these leading computers each time you need ECI. A simple phone call begins the ECI journey. From there, you are moments away from your research solution. Providing the most advanced computers available today to answer these questions is a close kept secret. However we will reveal one thing, they are HUMANS!

In this high speed high tech era we live in, there are tremendous needs and wants for quality, accurate, and timely information. Information can take on a wide spectrum of possibilities, and having someone to count on for getting the precise info you need will become an increasingly valuable service.


Why ECI?

When and why would you choose to use ECI, particularly since PCs are ubiquitous, there are dynamic new cell phones, free libraries, and not to mention great sites like Google and The answer is because all these services still do not effectively and efficiently get the information you want, when you want it. ECI is a service that combines the strengths of these services, while adding new elements, such as using the phone to place requests. Plus, ECI has created a proprietary system of accessing information that is designed to constantly evolve, which leads to continuous improvements in our ability to help you.
The question to ask yourself is how willing are you to use an information specialist? ECI acts as a path of least resistance by having you simply ask your question to a person, who subsequently does all the legwork for you. Being mobile, as more people are every day, and using ECI, makes a person a powerful combination of anywhere anytime effective information access.
ECI is providing a service that is trying to close the gap between when a question appears in your mind, and when you get the answer, if ever.

The bottom line is ECI’s goal is to get the information you need, whether it be what’s the weather tomorrow, locating a passage from the Koran, finding a good dermatologist in your area, translating a bunch of computer words you heard in a speech, the population of Latinos in New York, how many houses for $200,000 are for sale in your town, gas prices in your town, where the eastern cottontail rabbit’s habitat is, what the local newspapers are in Provo Utah, a sangria recipe for 7 servings, how to play poker, and who won the Nobel prize for physics in 1972.

Call today, and change the way you look at information!!