KMWorld has named Smartlogic one of the “100 Companies That Matter” in the field of knowledge management for the second year in a row. According to the article, “Smartlogic, with its US headquarters in San Jose, CA, are the makers of Semaphore, the Content Intelligence Platform now used world-wide by hundreds of leading business enterprises. Semaphore complements an organization’s investments in Enterprise Search, Business Intelligence and Content Management with Content Intelligence… According to the KMWorld judges, Smartlogic’s Semaphore software was singled out for its unique component capabilities to analyze, classify and reveal content by offering ontology management, content classification, text mining and semantic analysis.”
Smartlogic CEO Jeremy Bentley commented, “We’re extremely pleased to have been selected to receive such an acknowledgement from KMWorld for the second year in a row. It confirms us as thought-leaders in the field of Content Intelligence and Knowledge Management and that is always inspiring. That Semaphore meets the tough set of criteria set by the panel and can stand up to the stiff competition is validation in itself, but, more importantly, receiving the ’100 Companies’ award demonstrates that the commitment made by our customers in Semaphore is resonated by a wider audience of our peers. This is a tremendous honor.”
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