(PRWEB) March 29, 2011
Smartlogic, makers of Enterprise Semantic Platform Semaphore, announce their latest free online seminar, 'BE FAST; BE SMART', where CEO Jeremy Bentley will discuss information storage and retrieval solutions with regards to UNICEF's recent decision to enhance their OpenText (RedDot) CMS and FAST Search Experience with Smartlogic's Semaphore software.
UNICEF is the world's leading organisation protecting the rights of children and young people and is working in over 190 countries. UNICEF work with local communities, partners and governments - so their CMS and information management requirements are vast. Secure information storage and efficient informational retrieval is key.
From breaking news in the field to feature stories to long term statistical reports, UNICEF needs information to be accessible through multiple platforms to different audiences, ranging from internal staff to researchers to scholars and not least the general public.
The free recorded webinar, produced by Smartlogic, will be broadcast on 14 April 2011 and will feature UNICEF guest speaker Jessica Peterson.
Peterson explains: "Operating with independently-functioning systems, namely Open Text (RedDot) CMS for our web content and FAST ESP as our search engine, UNICEF’s Internet Broadcast and Image Section (IBIS) faced the issues of rapidly growing digital content with no clear classification or metadata strategy. To meet this challenge, we turned to Smartlogic’s Semaphore to boost our metadata quality and enhance our search and navigation experience".
Jeremy Bentley continues: "Many organizations face similar scenarios – they might have a content management system as well as a search engine, but lack the metadata strategy needed to ensure maximum ROI from these systems. That is where Semaphore can really help."
Semaphore supplies intelligent taxonomy support and powerful content classification to the OpenText (RedDot) CMS, ensuring the most accurate terms from one or more taxonomies as applied to pages during page creation and editing. The Semaphore Enterprise Semantic Platform provides prompted classification and intuitive search over any taxonomies required - reducing the user burden when adding metadata and improving the quality of the tags added.
The free recorded webinar will address vital information storage and retrieval issues such as how to semantically enable your CMS and search implementations with navigational taxonomies, ontologies and automated classification; how to dramatically enhance your search results and experience; and how to ensure your CMS and search engine investments will provide a solid ROI for your enterprise.
For more information on how to improve your FAST Search-and-Navigation experience with Semaphore you can visit the Smartlogic website. See the demo here http://www.smartlogic.com/knowledge-zone/videos-and-demos/introducing-semaphore-for-reddot?k=090054205f7218f44878f75a70271eb9 or find out more information here http://www.smartlogic.com/products/semaphore-solutions/semaphore-for-reddot/reddot
Download the White Paper 'BE FAST, BE Smart': Enhancing your FAST Search-and-Navigation Experience with Semaphore, the Leading Enterprise Semantic Platform from Smartlogic here: http://bit.ly/f8FlqI
About Smartlogic – http://www.smartlogic.com
Smartlogic is a software company that specializes in semantics. Smartlogic’s Semaphore is an Enterprise Semantic Platform that augments traditional information management systems like search, content management and business workflow engines by adding advanced content classification, metadata and navigation capabilities to deliver a more complete enterprise information management experience. Smartlogic clients are organizations across the globe who value their information assets and Semaphore helps these organisations derive meaning and value from their information by adding a semantic layer to their existing systems as well as use Semaphore to mitigate the risks associated with those same information assets. Semaphore does this by capturing an organisation's subjects and topics into models, and then puts these models to work. More than 200 companies like NASA, Bank of America, AutoDesk, Occidental Petroleum, Ford Foundation, Pitney Bowes, The National Health Service, UBS, ABN AMRO, The Office of Public Sector Information, Yell.com and others use Smartlogic today.
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