Posts Tagged ‘expanding’

Expert Systems Opens Washington, D.C. Metro Area Office

Expert System, the semantic technology company, today announced that it has increased its U.S. presence with the opening of a new office in the Washington, D.C. area and the appointment of Charlie Breeding as Director of Federal Sales and enterprise solutions for D.C. Metro area companies. This announcement comes at a time of growth for Expert System, which has recognized a double-digit revenue increase in 2012, including new semantic product offerings for the Intelligence sector. Read more

EasyAsk to Expand into Europe

A new article out of the company reports that “EasyAsk, the natural language technology and solutions leader, [has] announced the opening of EasyAsk’s first European office at Thames Valley Park, Reading, UK. In 2012, EasyAsk grew revenues by 40% and increased its customer base by 22% with new names including The North Face, Anna’s Linens and Cigars International. In addition, EasyAsk teamed up with Global leader SAP. Gartner listed EasyAsk as Cool Vendor for BI and Analytics and cited the company as ‘one of the premier ecommerce search and merchandizing software providers’ in its research: Best Practices in Strategically Combining Search, Content Analytics and E-Commerce.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Silk

Silk is expanding their small team in Amsterdam. According to Silk, “We’re building a platform for a more structured and accessible web – for humans and machines. Silk is the place to create, share and find information, such as your favorite places or recipes, information related to a project, your investment portfolio or stats about the countries of the world.”

The post continues, “Our team is still small, so you’ll have a huge impact on the outcome of the company. Read more

EyeEm Expands Platform, Capitalizes on Semantic Tagging

David Myer of GigaOm reports that Instagram rival EyeEm is working on a few developments of its own. Myer writes, “It may not have Instagram’s user numbers, but what EyeEm does now have is wider platform reach. On Wednesday the Berlin firm’s Windows Phone app came out, through a close tie-in with both Microsoft and Nokia. The release means EyeEm is now available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone and the web, which makes for two more platforms than its biggest rival can manage for now.” Read more

ThingWorx is on the Rise

A new article out of ThingWorx reports that the company is expanding to meet growing customer demand. ThingWorx, the article states, “is partnering with a rapidly expanding list of customers in the M2M, manufacturing, healthcare, energy, Smart Grid and Infrastructure, and printing industries to realize operational innovation through its Connected Application platform. To meet this rapid growth, the company has announced several key additions to the staff as it builds the growing ThingWorx community.” Read more