Access Innovations Aligns with MarkLogic

November 22, 2010

Looks like MarkLogic users are in luck.  “Access Innovations Announces a New Series of Enhancements for Data Harmony Suite For MarkLogic Server Users” explains to us exactly that, and just in time for the MarkLogic Government Summit on November 17, 2010, in Washington, DC.

Like other semantic platforms, the Data Harmony tools create and integrate metadata based on controlled vocabulary, but it’s Access Innovation’s trademarked Machine Aided Indexer (M.A.I) adding a human element to the search process, that sets the company apart.  After 31 years of experience, it isn’t surprising they’ve found a way to give customers a productivity boost in the realm of 700 percent.

A few of the latest enhancements discussed in the article include:

  • Improving website navigation by enabling users to brows the full “tree” of broader, narrower, and related terms in the taxonomy;
  • Unlocking the value of “long-tail” content by increasing discovery within deep archives;
  • Enabling visualization and interactive functionality, including enriched “Tag Clouds” – a map of concepts extracted from a set of documents – a gateway to further discovery; and
  • Providing users with easy-to-use current awareness tools that alert them to new content in their specific areas of interest.

Access Innovations is not kidding around.  Next week at the summit, varied representatives of Government agencies will be privy to these improvements too.  There’s little doubt this will be the first step in implementation across the board for existing customers.

Sarah Rogers, November 24, 2010


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