Content Analyst® Announces Cerebrant, a Revolutionary SaaS Discovery Platform to Provide Rapid Insight into Big Content

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Cerebrant liberates analysts everywhere from the limitations of traditional analytics solutions

Cerebrant web-based user interface

Cerebrant web-based user interface

"The potential impact of such unbridled discovery is nothing short of game-changing.”

Content Analyst Company LLC, developer of the market-leading CAAT® machine learning text analytics engine, today announced the general availability of Cerebrant™ -- a revolutionary, SaaS-based discovery platform designed to enable subject matter experts in any industry to gain rapid insight into the growing collections of unstructured content they must analyze. Cerebrant enables users to quickly and effectively find the most relevant internal and external content and discover important, non-obvious relationships buried within massive collections of unstructured information.

Cerebrant is uniquely designed to enable subject matter experts to create an online workbench with large collections of content from disparate sources, and navigate and explore their content sets in a matter of hours. Users can identify and select disparate collections of public and premium unstructured content such as scientific research papers, industry reports, syndicated research, news, Wikipedia and other internal and external repositories.

Unlike alternative solutions, Cerebrant is not dependent upon Boolean search strings, exhaustive taxonomies, or word libraries since it leverages the power of the company’s proprietary Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI)-based learning engine. Users simply take a selection of text ranging from a short phrase, sentence, paragraph, or entire document and Cerebrant identifies and ranks the most conceptually related documents, articles and terms across the selected content sets ranging from tens of thousands to millions of text items.

Cerebrant brings the power of the company’s proven CAAT text analytics engine that’s used to process billions of text items in the US Intelligence Community and dozens of eDiscovery software products. Cerebrant delivers the power, security and time to benefits of cloud computing through a simple browser-based interface, requiring little or no IT support to implement and use across targeted large scale content repositories.

“The launch of a new software product is often a fairly unremarkable event, but we believe the introduction of Cerebrant is an important milestone in the history of Content Analyst Company,” said David Horrigan, analyst and counsel at 451 Research. “Having established itself as a successful OEM provider for legal and government clients, the company is now expanding its opportunities with a new dual strategy of maintaining its existing OEM relationships while bringing its CAAT engine to new markets as a direct seller of Cerebrant.”

Kurt Michel, President and CEO of Content Analyst said, “Cerebrant liberates analysts everywhere from the limitations of traditional analytics solutions. Cerebrant places the immense power of our proven, patented, machine-learning software into the hands of subject matter experts in every industry, unlocking relevant answers to their most challenging questions hidden in massive volumes of disparate, unstructured content collections. The powerful capabilities that Cerebrant provides through its SaaS accessibility combine to dramatically accelerate discovery of breakthrough insights in ways never before possible. The potential impact of such unbridled discovery is nothing short of game-changing.”

Content Analyst will be demonstrating Cerebrant’s capabilities for the pharmaceutical industry during a live webinar hosted by BIO IT World on March 10 at 1PM EDT, and during a live theater presentation at the Gartner BI Summit on March 30 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. To attend a live demonstration, visit

Cerebrant is available immediately and is implemented via the company’s secure web user interface. For more information including pricing and a live demonstration, visit

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