Our development team created an innovative platform that unifies structured and unstructured information using open linked data and standard models to support our customers in an ever changing environment – we congratulate them. Matthieu Jonglez, CTO
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2015
The re-architected Semaphore 4 platform is immediately available for deployment on-premise, in hybrid environments or in the cloud.
Designed for the world’s largest enterprises who demand scale, quality and multi-language support as well as integration to all information and database systems, Semaphore 4 combines the power of semantics with Smartlogic’s award-winning ontology management, auto classification and fact extraction capabilities. With Semaphore 4, content-based information is now as addressable as database information using Graph database structures or by enhancing existing search, content and business intelligence systems.
“Semaphore 4 is a natural upgrade path for enterprise customers using the Semaphore platform to manage content intensive governance and compliance tasks, provide excellent customer service, gain insight from previously unavailable information and deliver organizational efficiencies and cost savings by automating complex content and data related manual tasks,” said Jeremy Bentley, CEO of Smartlogic.
Semaphore 4 is currently in production by a number of customers and is generally available now. To learn more about Smartlogic, Semaphore 4 go to: http://www.smartlogic.com
Smartlogic’s Semaphore is an enterprise grade Content Intelligence platform that complements an organization’s investment in enterprise search, workflow, analytics and content management systems. Semaphore is the bridge between human language and computers. It extracts the human intelligence from information assets and applies precise and consistent metadata to harmonize your information and drive business decisions.
Global organizations in the financial services, oil and gas, healthcare, government, life sciences, high tech manufacturing, media and publishing, and retail industries use Semaphore to manage ontologies and taxonomies, drive automatic classification and provide contextual navigation. With Semaphore, they harmonize data, improve search and retrieval, drive workflows, secure sensitive information, comply with governmental regulations to improve operations and gain competitive advantage.