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IMT Holdings Announces Re-Branding and New Corporate Headquarters

The Multi-Lingual Natural Language Processing Software Company is now doing business as Rosoka Software from a new headquarters in Herndon, VA

HERNDON, Va., Jan. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- IMT Holdings is pleased to announce the relocation of its corporate headquarters to 950 Herndon Parkway, Suite 280, Herndon, VA, which will house administration, research and development, sales and product management staff.  "We are excited to be expanding into our new corporate space near many of our key customers and business partners in the government and technology sectors.  This will give us the opportunity to grow and better serve them and the industry," said Greg Roberts, President and CEO of Rosoka Software.

IMT Holdings has also rebranded its products and will be doing business going forward as Rosoka Software offering Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Geospatial Analysis solutions that provide the power to unlock large volumes of information from any multilingual source and deliver value specific results on any platform, application or device.  

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a well-developed process for analyzing information and extracting key data from text-based documents for the purposes of business intelligence, knowledge management, risk analysis and other content management solutions.   Rosoka NLPTM software answers the challenges of managing large volumes of information coming from multiple multilingual sources, across cultural boundaries and delivered across disparate systems, applications and devices and can be integrated into existing or customized enterprise solutions.

Geotagging and Geospatial Analysis add another layer of context to information extraction and allows you to include location intelligence in your data management solution.  Combined with NLP, you can provide a complete picture of the relationships between the extracted information from all your data sources.  Rosoka GeoGravyTM software provides the benefit of adding coordinate metadata for locations and facilities to your Big Data management solutions.  With GeoGravy, you can now include geospatial entities to your solutions and provide users a new level of analysis and visibility.

Rosoka NLP and Rosoka GeoGravy are the ONLY NLP and geospatial solutions that are truly multilingual.   Rosoka software is available as an entity extraction engine, a language identification engine, a cloud service available on Amazon AWS, and complete product suite with full capabilities.

To learn more about Rosoka Software's Natural Language Processing and Geospatial Analysis software solutions, visit us on line at www.rosoka.com.

For Press Inquiries please contact:
Kerry McGowne
Pivotal Communications Group
[email protected]

About: Rosoka Software solutions provides the power to unlock large volumes of information from any multilingual source, determines the relevance and relationship of the data, and delivers value specific results on any platform, application, or device.  Rosoka natively identifies and extracts data from 230+ languages, analyzes the relationships, polarity, and salience of the information and presents value specific results.  Rosoka Software and its products are wholly owned and distributed by IMT Holdings, Inc., Herndon, VA, USA.

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