Concept Searching Products Receive Industry Recognition for Seventh Consecutive Year
McLean, VA, US and Stevenage, UK – August 31, 2015
Concept Searching, the global leader in semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management software, and developer of the Smart Content Framework™, is proud to have been selected by its peers and industry experts for the seventh consecutive year by KMWorld as a Trend-Setting Product, confirming once again that conceptClassifier for SharePoint remains a leading-edge product platform.
“The award began in 2003 and the selection board consisted of editorial colleagues, market and technology analysts, KM theoreticians, practitioners, and customers. Over 200 vendors were evaluated representing more than 1,000 separate software offerings,” said KMWorld Editor in Chief Hugh McKellar.
Concept Searching’s conceptClassifier platforms remain the industry’s the most innovative technologies to manage unstructured and semi-structured content. The marketplace is now just beginning to understand that poor metadata impacts a wide range of business applications, eventually affecting profitability, increasing risk, and decreasing competitive advantages. The Concept Searching approach automatically generates multi-term metadata that represents concepts. Coupled with auto-classification and easy-to-use, yet highly sophisticated taxonomy management tools, the result is rapid implementation, and ease of management by Subject Matter Experts or by IT teams. The technologies are designed to run on any platform and in on-premises, cloud, or hybrid environments.
“We are again honored that conceptClassifier for SharePoint has once more been selected as a Trend-Setting Product. Our philosophy hasn’t changed in fourteen years, and we continue to enhance our products to provide capabilities required by the market and our clients. The value of business-critical metadata can no longer be ignored. Our broad product offerings solve not only search and retrieval, but records management, migration, data privacy and security, content management, eDiscovery, text analytics, and collaboration. The value, of course, is one set of technologies that can achieve information governance across the entire enterprise, regardless of where content resides,” commented Martin Garland, President of Concept Searching.
According to McKellar, “Speaking on behalf of the judging panel, in each and every case, the thoughtfulness and elegance of the software certainly warrants deep examination. Depending on customer needs, the products on the list can dramatically boost organizational performance.”