London, United Kingdom, April 16, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Smartlogic, the UK-based semantic software company, is pleased to announce its Microsoft Gold Partner Certification for Semaphore; its enterprise-class semantic platform for Sharepoint and FAST ESP.
Semaphore facilitates Sharepoint and FAST ESP with semantic search abilities, adding meaning and context to FAST enterprise search, Sharepoint's native search and Sharepoint's information repository functions by intelligently applying ontologies.
Semaphore is an ontology-driven semantic platform that is tightly integrated with Sharepoint and FAST, allowing these systems to use taxonomies and ontologies to drive automatic information classification and enhance search and navigation to deliver an exceptional user experience.
Smartlogic’s CEO, Jeremy Bentley, comments on the Gold Partner certification:
“Microsoft Gold Certified Partners are elite business partners who have the knowledge, skills and commitment to help organisations implement the right solutions to match business needs. As a Gold Partner, we employ Microsoft Certified Professionals and have a Microsoft Competency in ISVs/Software Solutions. The accreditation demonstrates the investment we have made to support the Microsoft information management platform of Sharepoint and FAST ESP. Semaphore’s powerful semantic search features are fully integrated with FAST ESP and Sharepoint making these systems even more beneficial to users.”
Smartlogic (www.smartlogic.com) 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.