London, United Kingdom, March 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Smartlogic have announced the latest release of their flagship semantic platform, Semaphore 3.1. Smartlogic customers can apply for the new release under terms of their annual subscription or maintenance and support service.
Semaphore 3.1 sees improvements in its faceted search and navigation features for the Google Search Appliance, tighter integration with Sharepoint 2007, and other benefits by integration with FAST ESP or any other third party search engine or information management system.
Semaphore 3.1 has been through extensive beta testing and effort is now ready for general availability. Features of the latest release include:
· An enhanced web-based review tool allowing enterprise-wide collaboration in building and managing complex taxonomies and ontologies.
· Fast building of taxonomies by finding interesting terms within documents with the Semaphore Text Miner.
· Tight integration with Sharepoint that adds quality metadata terms to Sharepoint content.
· An exceptional user experience using faceted search and extended navigation features for the Google Search Appliance.
To arrange for a demonstration of Semaphore’s semantic platform and information management capabilities, or for further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (UK) +44 (0)1223 451 046 / (US) +1 202 657 4483, quoting “Semaphore_Release 3.1”.
Smartlogic is a UK company that provides Semaphore, a semantic platform that adds advanced classification abilities to enterprise search and information management systems.
Adopting a semantic approach to information management delivers findability, improves the accuracy and efficacy of applying metadata to information and enables content integration across disparate sources.
· Media companies use Semaphore to improve the quality of their information feeds
· Government authorities use Semaphore to tag information according to their standards
· Investment banks use Semaphore to consolidate their information costs
· Online directories use Semaphore to increase their advertising revenues
· Intranets and websites use Semaphore to boost their use
· Knowledge managers use Semaphore to manage their taxonomies and ontologies
Clients include NASA, The National Health Service, ABN Amro, Bank of America and The Office of Public Sector Information.