Concept Searching has proven to define the spirit of practical innovation by blending sparkling technology with a deep, fundamental commitment to customer success.
McLean, VA, US and Stevenage, UK (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
Concept Searching, the global leader in semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management software, and developer of the Smart Content Framework™, is pleased to announce it has been selected for the sixth successive year as one of KMWorld’s ‘100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management.’ Companies recognized are selected as a result of a collaborative assessment by colleagues, analysts, system integrators, and a select group of users. The list, now in its fourteenth year, is intended to generate interest and discussion about all aspects of knowledge management.
Said, Hugh McKellar, KMWorld editor-in-chief, “Concept Searching has proven to define the spirit of practical innovation by blending sparkling technology with a deep, fundamental commitment to customer success.”
In response to the recognition, Martin Garland, President of Concept Searching, commented, “We are delighted to be once again part of this prestigious group. Concept Searching focuses on innovation and delivering leading technologies to solve real business challenges.” He continued, “Our industry-recognized Smart Content Framework™ forms the foundation for all our platforms, including our flagship product, conceptClassifier for SharePoint. Our other key platform, conceptClassifier for Office 365, is currently the only solution in the market that enhances search, automatically identifies documents of record, secures confidential information from unauthorized access, provides intelligent migration, and improves any business process that utilizes metadata. We are honored to be selected by our industry peers as a company that improves business outcomes for our clients.”
Concept Searching is the developer of the award winning conceptClassifier for SharePoint and conceptClassifier for Office 365. The industry-unique technologies consist of automatic semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management tools that offer bi-directional native operation with the SharePoint Term Store. As a component of the Smart Content Framework™ for information governance, intelligent metadata enabled solutions are widely deployed by clients to address search, automatic identification of documents of record, identification and security of confidential information from unauthorized access and portability, intelligent migration, text analytics, collaboration, social content, litigation support, eDiscovery and FOIA.
About Concept Searching
Founded in 2002, Concept Searching is now the industry leader specializing in conceptual metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management. Platform agnostic, Concept Searching is also a Microsoft managed partner with a Gold competency in Application Development, and offers a complete suite of SharePoint solutions. The award winning technologies integrated with Concept Searching’s Smart Content Framework™ encompass the entire portfolio of unstructured information assets in on-premise, cloud, or hybrid environments. Clients have deployed the intelligent metadata enabled solutions to improve search, records management, protection of privacy data, migration, text analytics, eDiscovery, and Enterprise/Web 2.0. Concept Searching is headquartered in the US with offices in the UK, Canada and South Africa. For more information about Concept Searching’s solutions and technologies visit http://www.conceptsearching.com and our Blog.
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