Registration Open for Webinar on Transforming Google Search Appliance to a Semantic Conceptual Search Engine

McLean, VA, US and Stevenage, UK – September 17, 2015
Concept Searching, the global leader in semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management software, and developer of the Smart Content Framework™, is pleased to announce registration is open for the webinar ‘You Spoke – We Listened – Achieving a New Level of Search Optimization with Google Search Appliance’, taking place on Tuesday, September 22nd, 11:30am to 12:15pm.

Although closely aligned with Microsoft technologies, Concept Searching’s solutions are platform agnostic. The search marketplace is changing and there is now a greater interest in Google Search Appliance. To address this, Concept Searching has integrated its flagship conceptClassifier platform with Google Search Appliance. This webinar will explore how the solution helps organizations wanting to improve Google Search Appliance, and how conceptClassifier improves search results in any search environment.

The integration of the two products can provide significant benefits to those organizations that place a high priority on accurate and relevant search results. Concept Searching’s industry recognized technology, still unique in the market, provides the Google Search Appliance index with automatically generated semantic metadata, based on core compound term processing technology that generates multi-term metadata representing concepts.

The webinar will address how conceptClassifier for Google Search Appliance:
• Automatically generates semantic metadata based on one or more taxonomy structures.
• Enables faceted search, allowing users to quickly filter Google Search Appliance search results.
• Retrieves highly relevant content, even if results do not contain the search string.
• Enables Subject Matter Experts to easily tune and manage taxonomies.

Interested individuals can register here. All registrants will receive links to the webinar recording and presentation.

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