As the growth of text and sentiment technologies continues to gain momentum in the marketplace, harnessing their means to transform and augment critical business information becomes a key driver for forward-thinking companies looking to lead their industries
Amherst, Mass. (PRWEB) March 10, 2010
In response to the proliferation of search and social media technologies as well as the ever-growing need to distill valuable information from myriad sources, text and sentiment analysis continues to be a hot topic at major industry events, according to executives at Lexalytics, Inc. As a software and services company specializing in text and sentiment analysis, Lexalytics announced that its CEO Jeff Catlin and VP of Products Seth Redmore have been confirmed to speak at three different major industry shows.
On March 15, Redmore will sit on a panel of industry experts at Cloud Connect 2010 in Santa Clara, Calif. Focused on cloud performance optimization, panelists leading this session will explore measuring performance and availability in cloud environments, with a particular focus on how to pinpoint sources of delay to lower costs and improve user experience.
On April 18, Catlin will lead a keynote presentation and discussion at Information Today, Inc's. Buying & Selling eContent 2010 Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. With a show spotlight on discussing content strategies, Catlin's presentation will focus on ways companies can - and should - utilize search and text analytics with digital content. The full list of keynote speakers for the show can be found here: http://www.buy-sell-econtent.com/2010/Speakers.shtml.
Also in April, Lexalytics will sponsor The Sentiment Analysis Symposium in New York, N.Y. Produced and organized by Rising Media and Alta Plana, the symposium will provide a detailed overview of the various sentiment technologies now available, how they are applied, their return on investment (ROI), and how to choose the correct solution for specific organizational needs. Attendees will meet and learn from fellow experts, business executives, and practitioners through planned keynotes, start-up showcases, and networking opportunities.
Catlin will also appear on a technology panel at the Text Analytics Summit in Boston, Mass., on May 25. On this panel, he will detail how the text analytics market is going through a transition from early adopters to early mainstream, as a broader mix of people adopt the technology. Catlin will also explore how text analytics is quickly becoming part of a vibrant and growing partner ecosystem.
Lexalytics will be on-site at the Summit to run an interactive workshop. View the full list of panelists and speakers at: http://www.textanalyticsnews.com/text-mining-conference/speakers.shtml.
"As the growth of text and sentiment technologies continues to gain momentum in the marketplace, harnessing their means to transform and augment critical business information becomes a key driver for forward-thinking companies looking to lead their industries," said Catlin, CEO of Lexalytics. "Lexalytics is eagerly monitoring this growing interest in text and sentiment analysis for organizations, and we look forward to headlining some noteworthy shows while making valuable connections with attendees, partners, and conference participants."
Lexalytics, Inc. is a software and services company specializing in text and sentiment analysis for social media monitoring, reputation management and entity-level text and sentiment analysis. By enabling organizations to make sense of the vast content repositories on sources like Twitter, blogs, forums, web sites and in-house documents, Lexalytics provides the context necessary for informed critical business decisions. Serving a range of Fortune 500 companies in the financial, search and media industries, among others, Lexalytics partners with industry leaders such as FAST, Endeca, ThomsonReuters, and BurrellesLuce to deliver the most effective sentiment analysis solutions in the industry. For more information, visit http://www.lexalytics.com. Lexalytics also provides expert commentary on text and sentiment analysis on its blog and Twitter via @Lexalytics.
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