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Please Note: Our seach engine does NOT work like Google. It uses Boolean logic. Boolean expressions use operators to compare values and return search results as follows:
and means both must be true
or means one or the other or both must be true
xor means one or the other but not both
not means negation
Example: Searching for ERP ROI returns no results, because that exact phrase does not exist in our archives. Therefore, you should search as follows. (Again, this is NOT how Google works).
Use ERP and ROI to get results that contain both words.
Use ERP or ROI to get results with either word.
Use ERP xor ROI to get results with either word but not both.
Use ERP not ROI to get results with ERP only, no ROI.
If you want to search for a phrase (e.g. "ERP Adoption"), you can do so, with or without the quotes. But it would be safer to search for ERP and adoption so that you do not limit your search to reports that only use the exact phrase.
Our search engine searches the full text of reports, not just report titles.