"The combination of WAND Taxonomies and Semaphore Cloud makes it easier and faster than ever for companies to begin enriching content with taxonomy and metadata."
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) September 17, 2015
WAND, Inc., the world’s leading taxonomy provider, and Smartlogic, the Content Intelligence Company, today announced a partnership that will make the WAND Taxonomy Library available to users directly within Semaphore Cloud.
Companies can add WAND Taxonomies to a Semaphore Cloud subscription directly within the application and immediately begin to use those taxonomies in the Semaphore Cloud hosted environment. WAND Taxonomies can be customized using Semaphore Cloud taxonomy management to tailor them for the specific needs of any company. Pre-built taxonomies dramatically reduce the time and expense of developing an enterprise taxonomy model from scratch.
WAND Taxonomies are available for every major industry vertical and have been enriched with additional synonyms and relationships specifically for Semaphore Cloud Content Classification Server so the automatic classification can be started almost immediately.
Semaphore Cloud works with all major cloud content management services and integrates with on-premise Semaphore installations in hybrid deployments.
According to Mark Leher, WAND’s COO, “The combination of WAND Taxonomies and Semaphore Cloud makes it easier and faster than ever for companies to begin enriching content with taxonomy and metadata.” Leher continued, “The barriers of installing software on premise and then creating a taxonomy from scratch – things which have previously caused significant delays to enterprise content management projects - have been completely eliminated.”
Jeremy Bentley, CEO Smartlogic said “We’re pleased to partner with WAND, the premier source for industry, business and specialty domain taxonomies. Our partnership lets customers accelerate the model building process using a WAND Taxonomy as a starting point and then including concepts that address the unique aspects of their business.”
About WAND, Inc.
Since 1983, WAND has developed multi-lingual taxonomies to improve the way our clients search and organize unstructured and semi-structured information. WAND is the premier source for industry vertical taxonomies, business taxonomies, and specialty domain specific taxonomies. The breadth and coverage of WAND’s taxonomy library is unmatched.
WAND Taxonomies can be used in more than 150 information management applications including enterprise content management, e-commerce, spend analysis, enterprise search, big data, text analytics, enterprise search, digital asset management. WAND Taxonomies are also used commercially in behavioral targeting, local search, online yellow pages, and business directories.
WAND’s taxonomy professional services practice offers taxonomy development and customization, taxonomy mapping, and data classification services. Our professional services team makes sure that our clients are successful when deploying taxonomies.
WAND is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.
Smartlogic, The Content Intelligence Company.
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 and replace rigid data warehouse systems with flexible solutions in a fraction of the time and cost to improve operations and gain competitive advantage.