We are pleased to welcome Sinequa to the EContent 100 list and recognize Sinequa Business Search's unique linguistic and semantic analysis capabilities.
Paris (PRWEB) November 22, 2010
Sinequa, a leading business search provider, today announced that it has been named to the EContent 100. Published by EContent Magazine, the EContent 100 list recognizes the companies that matter most in the digital content industry.
EContent 100 companies are selected based on company business performance, activities over the past year and impact on the digital content industry. A global panel of judges comprises editors and specialists from the EContent team, as well as other Information Today, Inc. editors.
Sinequa tames information complexity in large, global organizations with Sinequa Business Search: an all-in-one solution for information access that includes customizable enterprise search and search-based applications. Designed specifically to provide relevant answers according to each query’s particular business context, Sinequa synthesizes information from structured applications, unstructured and social content, and people data to discover hidden correlations and provide faceted navigation, improving and accelerating the information chain from ask to act.
“Each year, the EContent 100 identifies the companies that we believe demonstrate continued leadership in the content industry, as well as those whose innovation demonstrates the incredible potential of digital content,” said Michelle Manafy, Editor-in-Chief of EContent. “We are pleased to welcome Sinequa to the EContent 100 list and recognize Sinequa Business Search's unique linguistic and semantic analysis capabilities.”
This award is Sinequa’s latest among several recent technology, leadership and product innovation honors, including IDC's Innovative Information Access Companies to Watch, KMWorld Magazine's list of 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management, and 01 Informatique’s 100 Most Influential People in IT in France.
“We are honored to receive this recognition from EContent, a publication known for its industry insight and ability to keep CIOs, CTOs, CMOs and knowledge professionals ahead of the curve so that they can maximize their digital content investments. Sinequa’s recent accolades are a testament to the strong enterprise need for an instantaneous, 360 degree view of the information essential for employees to make the best business decisions,” said Jean Ferré, CEO of Sinequa. “Intelligent business search cuts through the typical search engine results overload to provide relevant answers, regardless of whether they lie within data, people or documents.”
Sinequa tames information complexity in large, global organizations with an all-in-one solution for customizable and context-sensitive enterprise search and search-based applications. Built on 25 years of experience in linguistics research, Sinequa Business Search combines semantic with statistical analysis for more relevant results. Its patented Context Engine™ navigates and synthesizes information from structured applications, unstructured and social content, and people data to discover hidden correlations, improving and accelerating information access “from ask to act.”
Sinequa scales to manage thousands of users and billions of documents, and works with any data source. Its powerful and efficient architecture, standard connectors and open APIs eliminate the usual headaches of time consuming implementations, complex integration and expensive infrastructure requirements. Sinequa can be deployed in only three weeks and on less than one-fifth the footprint of alternative solutions. More than 250 of the world’s largest and most information-intensive organizations rely on Sinequa, including Credit Agricole, EADS, Mercer and Saint-Gobain. http://www.sinequa.com
EContent magazine targets the creators, managers, buyers, and sellers of digital content. Today, we are all publishers; organizations of all types must master digital content creation, management, delivery, and findability in order to succeed. From website information and marketing content, to YouTube and corporate communication videos; be it professionally or customer created or crowdsourced; delivered on your website, via mobile and other emerging digital devices, or via search or social media channels—digital content is the lifeblood of organizations of all kinds. Thus, everyone from enterprises to traditional publishers must stay abreast of the best practices and emerging trends and tools in order to make the most of their digital content assets. Focused on content creation, management, delivery, and search, EContent magazine and EContentmag.com keep CIOs, CTOs, CMOs, business managers, content strategists, and information and knowledge professionals ahead of the curve so that they can maximize their investment in digital content. http://www.econtentmag.com
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