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Medical Council of Canada Case Study Now Published

Achieving Intelligent Search and Classification in SharePoint

Concept Searching is pleased to announce the availability of a new case study, on the implementation of conceptClassifier for SharePoint at the Medical Council of Canada.

The Medical Council of Canada (MCC) strives to achieve the highest level of medical care for Canadians through excellence in evaluation of physicians. It assesses over 11,000 medical students and graduates each year through its examinations. Its exams are offered in both official languages in sites across Canada, and in the case of its Evaluating Examination in over 500 locations in 80 countries. The MCC wanted a solution to improve search to support its business users, leveraging its SharePoint 2010 environment.

Bruce Smith, the Information and Privacy Manager during the project, stated, “The improvements to search results were noticeable immediately after implementing conceptClassifier for SharePoint.” The MCC case study can be found on the Concept Searching website here.

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New Article Published – Intelligent Search and Information Governance

KMWorld has just published an article by Concept Searching entitled, ‘Can Intelligent Search Solve Information Governance Challenges?’ This article supports the assumption that search is a core component in an information governance strategy and without it, information governance is more prone to failure. To read this interesting take on information governance and the role of search, click here.

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Medical Council of Canada

Concept Searching is pleased to announce the deployment of conceptClassifier for SharePoint at the Medical Council of Canada (MCC). The MCC strives to achieve the highest level of medical care for Canadians through excellence in evaluation of physicians. It assesses over 11,000 medical students and graduates each year through its examinations. Its exams are offered in both official languages in sites across Canada, and in the case of the MCCEE, in over 500 locations in 80 countries. The Medical Council of Canada wanted a solution to improve search to support their business users leveraging their SharePoint 2010 environment. Based on the results, the results were immediate enabling business users to quickly access relevant and precise information based on their search query.

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Largest Bank in Japan Selects conceptClassifier for SharePoint

Concept Searching is pleased to announce that the largest bank in Japan has selected conceptClassifier for SharePoint. Offering personal, corporate, and investment banking they will be using the platform integrated with FAST to improve search capabilities.

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Intergovernmental Organization to Deploy conceptClassifier

An intergovernmental organization founded to promote international co-operation has selected conceptClassifier for SharePoint and conceptTaxonomyWorkflow. The products initially will be deployed in SharePoint 2013 with the future objective of migrating to Office 365 to support 20k personnel globally. The project will also entail integration with Open Text.

 

 

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conceptClassifier Selected at the Town of Fishers

Town of Fishers is located in Fall Creek and Delaware Townships, Hamilton County, Indiana, United States, with a population of 76,794, according to the 2010 census will be deploying conceptClassifier for SharePoint and conceptTaxonomyWorkflow to improve search on their intranet. Concept Searching has been highly successful with UK councils and regional public sector organizations where Concept Searching technologies have been able to address a broad range of needs internally as well as externally on public facing sites. Concept Searching welcome the Town of Fishers as our first US based local public sector client.

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Concept Searching Expands Executive Sales Team

Concept Searching is pleased to announce that Steve Mann has joined the team as Vice President of Sales. The addition of Steve to Concept Searching’s sales management team will provide additional depth and experience to accommodate Concept Searching’s rapid growth.

To read the press release, click here.

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