Louisville, KY (PRWEB) September 04, 2012
Arnold Information Technology today introduced Text Radar, http://www.textradar.com/. The free information service covers the fast-growing field of content intelligence.
Published Monday to Friday, Text Radar will report on software, products, and systems which convert unstructured text into tagged metadata. Text Radar's editorial team will identify, summarize, and critique information about text analytics, natural language processing, concept identification, and entity extraction.
The stories published by Arnold IT are designed to save readers seeking information time by putting essential information in a "quick read" format. Each story will summarize important developments in content intelligence. Sources covered by the service include professional publications, government-sponsored research, Web logs, and public news streams. Text Radar will pay particular attention to companies in the content intelligence sector intersecting with next-generation analytics.
Stephen E. Arnold said: "A keyword search is often frustrating to a person looking for certain types of information. Concepts and trends can be difficult to discern in both structured and unstructured information. Content intelligence technology converts normal text into a processable content object. That's a key breakthrough in search and retrieval."
Jeremy Bentley, CEO of Smartlogic, a leading content intelligence systems firm, said: "We believe that content intelligence makes traditional business intelligence and search systems more useful. Smartlogic supports Text Radar because this sector of the information community is growing quickly as big data and compliance issues become even more business relevant."
Arnold added: "Smart content is an imperative. With the rapid increase in the amount of unstructured text, innovative software and services are converting an email or a PowerPoint into a document which answers questions. Text Radar will track the companies, technologies, products and services which are revolutionizing access to unstructured content and data locked in traditional databases. Technology and services from industry leaders like Smartlogic solve most of the problems with key word information retrieval."
For more information on Text Radar, visit http://www.textradar.com/.
ArnoldIT is firm providing strategic information services to organizations worldwide. The company operates the Augmentext information service. Among ArnoldIT's most recent projects is a series of reports about open source search vendors published by IDC, the global consulting firm. Augmentext creates content which provides high value information in a semantic context. Information about ArnoldIT is available at http://www.arnoldit.com/. Information about Augmentext is available at http://www.augmentext.com/.
The new service is supported in part by Smartlogic, a software company that provides Semaphore, a Content Intelligence platform. Semaphore complements an organization’s investments in Enterprise Search, Business Intelligence and Content Management with Content Intelligence. Semaphore provides effective, rapid and accurate control of, and access to, unstructured content with a speed, accuracy and intelligence not achievable today through existing systems that are strained from soaring information volumes. Semaphore endows these systems with capabilities, such as taxonomy & ontology management, automatic classification and contextual navigation, so that organizations can better find, organize, process, monetize, control and govern unstructured content. Smartlogic Content Intelligence solutions enables better access to corporate knowledge, improved risk management and compliance, superior customer relationship management, enhanced information findability for key audiences, and an improved ability to monetize information. Smartlogic has its offices in the US and UK. Visit Smartlogic at http://www.smartlogic.com/.