Redwood City, CA – July 8, 2014 – Attensity (@Attensity), the leading provider of corporate insight solutions based on proprietary data contextualization, today announced the issuance of US Patent No. 8,645,395 on unstructured data sentiment analysis. This patent was awarded to Biz360 Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Attensity Group, Inc., and adds to the nearly dozen that Attensity currently holds for analysis of unstructured data. Read more
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PALO ALTO, Calif., May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Attensity (@Attensity), the leading provider of corporate insight solutions based on proprietary data contextualization, today announced that it has successfully closed $90 million in equity financing.
Financing was provided by an international private equity fund and financial advisor company. The new capital secured will be used to accelerate product innovation; fuel market growth; and expand the sales, marketing and engineering teams to meet the growing need for engagement and analytics applications using patented natural language processing (NLP) technology. Read more
27th February 2014 - Attensity, a provider of integrated, real-time solutions that blend multichannel voice of the customer (VoC) analytics and social engagement for enterprise listening needs, has released Analyze 6.3, which includes business-oriented added features and enhancements.
Attensity Analyze 6.3 gives users access to text analytics engines with real-time access to more than 150 million blogs and forums, Facebook, and Twitter. Read more
PALO ALTO, Calif., July 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Attensity, the leading enterprise software and services company specializing in customer experience management and customer intelligence, today announced a new partnership with Collaborate.org, the world’s most advanced social collaboration platform. When combining Collaborate.org’s integrated suite of collaboration tools and its 2.2 million layers of data with Attensity’s powerful semantic engine, natural language processing and advanced analytics, it now becomes possible to measure the impact of customer intelligence. Empowered with this information, users can then zoom in anywhere on the planet to view influencer networks, individual or group sentiment, trends, geodata, and demographic analysis in a geospatial data visualization platform. Read more
Attensity, the leading provider of enterprise social analytics and engagement applications, today announced the release of Attensity Respond 6.0, a new release of Attensity’s Respond application designed to address the specific challenges facing the next generation of multi-channel social customer contact centers and marketers in large corporate environments.
Respond 6.0 provides a unified customer listening post where customer requests in social media as well as in emails, and other channels are automatically -and intelligently- analyzed, classified and routed to appropriate departments for response. Read more
Karen Hanna recently posed the question, can Twitter predict the President? She explained, “Some data analysts are looking at political sentiment in social media data to make predictions around the presidential campaigns. Attensity looked at 800,000 Tweets from February 25 through March 2 and measured ‘positive sentiment and share of voice for each candidate.’ Attensity determined that Romney would win seven states, Gingrich would win Georgia, Paul would win Alaska, and Santorum would take Vermont. Attensity was asked by USA Today to analyze Twitter data to predict how voting would go on Super Tuesday. Attensity is a social analytics company based in Palo Alto. Like other social media analytics companies, it is interested in how text analysis techniques might be applied to data collected from social media to enhance market research capabilities.” Read more
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- Interest in sentiment analysis exploded with the growth of the social Web, although its reputation suffered due to the prevalence of low-grade Twitter-sentiment toys, simplistic, wildly inaccurate systems that misled many into criticism of the concept where it was the cheap implementations they’d tried that were faulty. In 2012, sentiment analysis will come into its own: Automated (and crowd-sourced!) mining of attitudes, opinions, emotions, and intent from social and enterprise sources, at the “feature” level, linked to real-world profiles and transactional data. — Seth Grimes, founder, Alta Plana Corp
We recently rounded up some thought leaders’ perspectives on the big semantic trends of 2011 – most (if not all) of them positive. Here’s some further perspective about where hopes and expectations fell a little short of reality:
- The biggest lost possibility was not rethinking the whole RDF stack. Instead of actually reducing complexity, it seems the direction is hiding complexity. This makes its proposition unattractive for web developers. – Andraž Tori, Founder and Director, Zemanta
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