Release 5.4.5 of conceptClassifier Platform Enriches Content Optimization
Concept Searching announces availability of Release 5.4.5 of its flagship conceptClassifier platform. Highlights include Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) support, new features to Natural Language Processing (NLP), and redaction capabilities.
These features continue to address the needs of Concept Searching clients, proactively adding functionality based on their future requirements, to help them see and understand their content, in order to capitalize on it to achieve business objectives.
CMIS introduces the ability to crawl and classify content stored in any content management or document management system. Leveraging these content assets increases business agility, removes access barriers to isolated content silos, and reduces the cost of application development.
Additional NLP functionality has been added in this release. Using NLP, the conceptClassifier platform will generically identify people, locations, and company names within document text.
Redaction capabilities have been incorporated into the conceptTaxonomyWorkflow component, enabling automated removal of sensitive content, identified by entity extraction, regular expressions, and custom entities specific to business needs.