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Concept Searching Recognized in KMWorld’s ‘100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management’

Concept Searching is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of the KMWorld, ‘100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management’ list. Concept Searching has been included in the list for the seventh successive year.

To read the press release, click here.

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Just Published: Concept Searching Technology White Paper

Read all about it! We’ve just published a white paper, written by our CTO, John Challis, that explains our industry unique compound term processing. The white paper explores the capabilities of the Concept Searching technology platforms, the options organizations may consider, and to illustrate the business benefits of the overarching enterprise metadata framework that can be achieved through the deployment of Concept Searching’s compound term processing technologies in combination with SharePoint On premise, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business simultaneously.

This is a must read if you are considering an enterprise technology framework that improves search, records management, security, migration, eDiscovery, litigation support, FOIA, collaboration, social tagging, and text analytics. Use the same technology in an on-premise, hybrid, or cloud environment.

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Research Firm Finds Their Solution in conceptClassifier for SharePoint

Concept Searching is pleased to announce that a highly respected research firm has selected conceptClassifier for SharePoint and conceptTaxonomyWorkflow to improve information access on their SharePoint 2010 intranet. As a research firm, access to relevant information is a mandatory requirement to maintain the quality of their research.

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West Point Underwriters Deploying Concept Searching Metadata Framework

West Point Underwriters, an underwriting company supporting agents and brokers writing both mobile home and home insurance policies has selected conceptClassifier for SharePoint and conceptTaxonomyWorkflow as the metadata framework on their SharePoint 2010 /2013 farm to provide a better internal search service and manage certain types of content underpinning their governance requirements. Phase two will be the external facing deployment allowing their agents and brokers to search for relevant content through their SharePoint portal in a secure manner.

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Concept Searching’s Most Widely Viewed Webinars of 2014

Concept Searching has compiled the list of its most watched webinars of 2014. Concept Searching webinars are often not product specific, but are designed to educate and inform participants on how enterprise metadata management can significantly contribute to reducing costs and bringing business advantages.

“We changed our webinar approach this last year, and it has proved very successful. In the past our webinars focused on product solutions, either ours, or our partners’. In 2014 we reduced our focus on our products, and offered webinars that were timely, industry pertinent, and educational,” commented Martin Garland, President of Concept Searching. “Feedback on these webinars has been very positive. Many business professionals lack an understanding of the capabilities of metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomies, regardless of product. These webinars provide an educational venue where people can attend, learn from industry recognized experts, or access the recorded webinars at their leisure,” he concluded.

To access our recorded webinars, please click here.

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Registration Now Open for Nottinghamshire County Council eDiscovery Webinar

This webinar has been recorded to view all recorded webinars, please click here.

The session will explore how Nottinghamshire County Council improved information access and discovered one of the many processes that can be improved by the Concept Searching technology platform. Nottinghamshire County Council is the UK’s 9th largest Council, with 18,000 staff, including 6,500 PC users. Lesley Holmes, Information Manager at the Council, will join John Challis, CEO and CTO of Concept Searching, to share why the technology was chosen and what it is being used for today.


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