Tauranga, New Zealand (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
Pingar, the innovative provider of unstructured data management solutions, today announced a further significant strengthening of its SharePoint solution portfolio. The company announced the release of the enhanced Pingar Metadata Extractor for SharePoint 2013 (ME-SP13).
Enterprises can now run bulk entity extraction seamlessly in the background, eliminating the need to train staff how to meta tag documents. The SharePoint site system administrator manages the process by establishing a schedule (timer job) to eliminate any latency or time delay necessary for users to create metadata. ME-SP13 can extract both existing and legacy data ensuring that all data that should be tagged is done so in a comprehensive and consistent manner.
ME-SP13 is the quickest and easiest way to make SharePoint Search really perform as needed for an enterprise organization. ME-SP13 automatically supports bulk column creation. By providing faster and more efficient search capabilities within SharePoint, it can be rapidly deployed and integrated into new and existing SharePoint environments enabling users to browse and refine search within their SharePoint environment.
Mike Brooksbank, Pingar CEO, says; “Any organization migrating from earlier versions of SharePoint can use ME-SP13 to tag all documents automatically for ease of searching. This will assist every organization seeking improved staff efficiency to locate documents within SharePoint without the need to manually enter metadata at the time of saving or ingesting to SharePoint. This will drive improved user adoption of SharePoint and provide improved content compliance within the organization”.
“Pingar’s ME-SP13 is the fastest and easiest way to make SharePoint search and categorization work”, Brooksbank concluded.
Pingar Metadata Extractor for SharePoint 2013 is available for immediate release today.
Pingar is a platform agnostic software company that through its unique classification and metadata generation enables enterprises to identify and extract information from unstructured data and transform it into highly valuable intelligence.
Pingar is headquartered in New Zealand with offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, India and Hong Kong.
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