TEMIS, the leading provider of Semantic Content Enrichment solutions for the Enterprise, today announced that it was named by KMWorld Magazine to its prestigious list of “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management”.
Recognizing the top industry influencers in content, document and knowledge management, this 15th edition of the list was compiled by KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors and their customers and colleagues. The annual list is a collaborative snapshot of the evolving and expanding knowledge management industry recognizing companies’ capacity for agile and customer-driven innovation.
Based on patented and award-winning natural language processing technology, TEMIS’s Luxid® Content Enrichment Platformhelps organizations structure their textual Big Data so it can be better managed and exploited. Luxid® is a powerful and scalable solution that recognizes and extracts relevant items of information hidden in plain text. Stored as metadata, these items intimately reveal the nature of your informational assets and help boost the efficiency and scalability of all processes involving the management, distribution, access and analysis of textual Big Data.
“TEMIS has once again demonstrated a spirit of strategic innovation this year by seamlessly integrating Ontology Management and Semantic Enrichment into a single, integrated, semantic workflow”, said Hugh McKellar, KMWorld editor-in-Chief. “It is a pleasure to recognize this inflection point by featuring TEMIS in our 100 companies that matter in Knowledge Management.”
“This KMWorld award has a particular flavor,” said Eric Bregand, CEO, TEMIS. “Luxid® 7 has really shaken up the market with its ground-breaking, integrated workflow. By combining natural language processing with ontology management, it offers a dramatically lower total cost of ownership based on simpler and faster subject matter expert workflows, and it enables them to concentrate fully on the value-added part of their job.”
KMWorld magazine provides information and in-depth analysis on the Content, Document, and Knowledge Management markets to help business leaders improve performance. A complete 2015 list of the “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management” can be found in the March issue.