Free Recorded Webinar Available Online: Combining the Power of Semantics with Google Search Appliance to Improve Findability

Join Smartlogic's senior consultant Toby Conrad and MC+A's founder and managing partner Michael Cizmar for a detailed debrief on how combining Semaphore with GSA turns a good search engine into the platform for compelling, intuitive search applications.

London, United Kingdom, November 18, 2010 --( Smartlogic's Semaphore elevates the Google Search Appliance from an enterprise search engine to an enterprise 'find and discover' engine by adding a semantic layer of functionality on top of the already powerful native GSA search.

This semantic layer features powerful ontology capabilities and taxonomies along with a rich set of APIs, enhancing content metadata by using automated classification for dramatically better search results and improved navigation. Together, they deliver a semantic search experience that provides a flexible, powerful solution for enterprise search.

Smartlogic has partnered with MC+A, a Google Enterprise Partner, producing a webinar that demonstrates how semantics greatly improves the Google Search Appliance's findability experience. Smartlogic and MC+A's combined expertise in information access show how to harness the full potential of the Google Search Appliance.

The webinar covers:
GSA search foundations (including the 6.4 updates!)
The semantic extension for ontology and classification that is Smartlogic’s 'Semaphore'
Understanding the GSA integration
Using metadata to drive faceted search and intuitive, dynamic content navigation
Providing intelligent links and recommendations between topics
Using topic pages to drive more traffic to your site and to keep people for longer

The free webinar is available online here:

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About Smartlogic –

Smartlogic are the producers of Semaphore, an open semantic platform that adds advanced content classification capabilities to information management systems in order to structure data, providing the most compelling semantic applications for search, content management and business process automation.

Adopting a semantic approach to your information management strategy improves the accuracy and efficacy of information intensive tasks such as applying metadata and finding information, as well as enabling content integration across disparate sources. This combination delivers the highest return on an organisations information assets.

Media companies use Semaphore to improve the quality of their information feeds, boosting distribution, readership & subscriptions.

Government authorities use Semaphore to tag information according to their standards, for compliance, intelligence processing & citizen self-service
Healthcare companies use Semaphore to boost the level of self-service and improve the quality of critical health information they provide to patients
Investment banks use Semaphore to consolidate their information costs, better promote their primary research and automate information compliance.

Online directories use Semaphore to increase their advertising revenues
Corporate intranets & websites use Semaphore to boost their use and maximise their return on information assets.

Information managers use Semaphore to manage their taxonomies and ontologies, classification schemes and records retention policies.

Contact details:
Jeremy Bentley
Smartlogic, 14 Greville Street, London EC1N 8SB, UK
+44 (0)203 176 4500

US +1 952 912 9083
UK +44 (0)203 176 4500
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Jeremy Bentley
+44 (0)1223 451 046
US +1 952 912 9083
UK +44 (0)203 176 4500
DE +49 (0)176 354 63127