|By Marketwired .||
|August 18, 2014 10:25 AM EDT||
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/18/14 -- Expert System US, Inc., a leader in semantic technology, today announced the launch of two new product solutions, Cogito Taxonomy Studio and Cogito Connected for Microsoft SharePoint, to their award-winning Semantic Solution Suite. The products will demonstrated at the 10th Annual Semantic Technology & Business Conference (SemTechBiz) in San Jose, CA.
The Cogito Semantic Solution Suite is based on an advanced semantic analysis engine and a complete semantic network that enables a "human-like" understanding of any collection of unstructured documents and text with speed, context and precision. Cogito exceeds the limits of conventional keyword technology and provides more effective management of the growing volume of information companies manage, turning it into accessible, inter-linked and usable knowledge.
The new Cogito Taxonomy Studio is a complete solution that addresses all of the steps in the process of creating and deploying a taxonomy to make all types of enterprise content and other strategic information more accessible. It addresses all steps in the process of creating and deploying a taxonomy to make all types of enterprise content and other strategic information more accessible. The new cloud-based solution will provide data-driven taxonomy node creation and development, taxonomy deployment, automated rules creation categorization rules optimization, and document categorization.
The new Cogito Connected for Microsoft SharePoint helps enterprises achieve a higher level of performance in providing the rich, targeted and accurate content delivery that users require. It provides immediate visibility of content (document abstract, people, places, organizations and more), generates document metadata automatically, explores content by topic with no dependencies on keywords, provides automated tagging for consistent and reliable identification and eliminates content tagging tasks for administrators/developers
"Expert Systems is thrilled to announce these two new product solutions," said Stefano Spaggiari, Founder and CEO at Expert System. "Unlike other tagging and categorization solutions, Cogito reads and understands massive volumes of content the same way a human would. It rapidly organizes, understands relationships between concepts and documents and rapidly gives context to large amounts of structured and unstructured information -- all things essential for those who want to improve collaboration between work groups and teams."
About Expert System
Expert System is a leader in semantic technology and the creators of the patented Cogito semantic technology. Cogito is based on an advanced semantic analysis engine and a complete semantic network, enabling the deep understanding of any type of text with speed and precision. Cogito exceeds the limits of conventional keyword technology and provides more effective management of the growing volume of information companies manage, turning it into accessible, usable knowledge.
The products and solutions based on Cogito offer a complete set of features including: semantic search and natural language search, text analytics, development and management of taxonomies and ontologies, automatic categorization, extraction of data and metadata, and natural language processing.
Expert System is headquartered in Chicago, with locations in Menlo Park, California and Washington, D.C.
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