London, UK (PRWEB) November 22, 2011
Smartlogic is among the select few companies who have made it onto the list of KMWorld ‘Promise Award’ finalists for 2011, having laid claim to KMWorld’s prestigious ‘Trendsetters Award’ for the last two consecutive years for their ‘Semaphore’ software.
Smartlogic’s Semaphore is a Content Intelligence Platform that provides organizations of all sizes instant and accurate access to and control over the massive volumes of information within their enterprises. Content Intelligence enables managers, employees, outside consultants, partners, clients, investors and other stakeholders a semantic search experience. In addition automatic classification of content improves information quality, allows control of it, and permits the integration of content with data for business intelligence.
The newly minted ‘KM Promise Award’ is described by the Content, Document and Knowledge Management Publishers KMWorld as an “award given to an organisation that is delivering [its] promise to its customers by providing innovative technology solutions for implementing and integrating knowledge management practices into their business processes.”
“Many companies promise that their technology is the best knowledge management solution. One of the greatest challenges for organizations purchasing these technologies is to determine which of the companies will deliver on its promise. The award-winning organisation demonstrates how it goes beyond simply delivering technology to working with clients to ensure that both the technology and knowledge processes are embedded into the work processes. In other words, it helps organizations realize positive business results.”
Maya Natarajan, Smartlogic VP Marketing, comments, “Earlier this year Smartlogic’s Semaphore was chosen over some heavyweight competition in the field of knowledge management, selected from over 800 entries to retain its soughtafter position on the KMWorld ‘Trend-Setting Product’ List 2011. It’s very exciting to think that our product has succeeded in the Promise Award category too.”
According to the KMWorld judges, led by Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief of KMWorld and final decision-maker, Semaphore has been singled out for its unique component capabilities to analyse, classify and reveal content by offering ontology management, content classification, text mining and semantic analysis.
Maya goes on to explain how “Semaphore, as a Content Intelligence Platform which complements an organisations investments in Enterprise Search, Business Intelligence and Content Management, sits alongside an organisation’s information management systems. Easy to implement, it makes a huge difference to the search and navigation experience and the findability of content, enabling the end user & customer – and the organisation or enterprise as a whole – to maximise their return on information assets.”
KMWorld is a leading information provider serving the knowledge management systems market with an online and in-print readership made up from over 55,000 individuals in a wide variety of businesses and disciplines. They have been publishing the KMWorld Trend-Setting Products list annually since 2003 and are well-known for setting the knowledge management industry standard when it comes to identifying technology breakthroughs and is now widely agreed to be the place to look for the shape of things to come.
More information about Smartlogic’s Semaphore can be found on their website at http://www.smartlogic.com.
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Smartlogic is -The Content Intelligence Company.
Smartlogic’s Semaphore is a Content Intelligence Platform which complements an organisations investments in Enterprise Search, Business Intelligence and Content Management.
Semaphore provides effective, rapid and accurate control of, and access to, unstructured content with a speed, accuracy and intelligence not achievable today from existing systems that are strained by soaring information volumes.
Semaphore endows these systems with capabilities, such as taxonomy & ontology management, automatic classification and contextual navigation, so that organisations can better find, organise, process, monetise, control and govern unstructured content.
Many hundreds of companies like NASA, Bank of America, AutoDesk, Occidental Petroleum, Ford Foundation, Pitney Bowes, The National Health Service, UBS, ABN AMRO, The Office of Public Sector Information, Yell.com and others use Smartlogic today.