Concept Searching Recognized in ‘100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management’
Selected for the Ninth Consecutive Year in the Prestigious KMWorld List:
Concept Searching has once again been named by KMWorld as one of the ‘100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management.’
The companies on this list create solutions that help their customers turn vast amounts of data into usable knowledge that they can leverage to enhance collaboration, gain insights and achieve their goals.
The amount of content an organization must now manage is becoming overwhelming. With 80% of business decisions made using unstructured content, it is now a business necessity to leverage and maximize the value of content as a corporate asset.
Since Concept Searching technologies are flexible, they enable its clients to meet a multitude of challenges and generate a solid return on investment.
Concept Searching’s core technology utilizes still innovative compound term processing that identifies concepts in context. The technology automatically identifies the word patterns in unstructured text that convey the most meaning, and uses these higher order terms to improve precision with no loss of recall.
Identification of concepts within a large corpus of information removes the ambiguity in search and eliminates inconsistent meta-tagging. Auto-classification and taxonomy management based on concept identification simplifies development and ongoing maintenance.