SAS Simplifies Text Analysis

June 8, 2011

Let’s face it, time is money. (Some former SEO Panda victims, assorted art history majors, and a few MBAs perceive time as opportunity to contemplate the magnitude of their student loans and monthly cash flows.)

Wading through archives to find the answers to your questions is labor intensive and more work than watching reruns on TV.

We found “New SAS Industry Taxonomy Rules Starter Kits Enhance the Speed to Value of Text Analytics” promises to be the answer to some of these problems. It can cut search time from months to weeks by creating a structured taxonomy. The story asserted:

Building taxonomies from scratch can be daunting. But with the new SAS Industry Taxonomy Rules starter kits, organizations get a jump start, and can move more quickly from document and text chaos to value and insight from their unstructured data.

However, the use of taxonomy isn’t anything new. Many businesses recognize the value of categorizing their archives in order to save time and in the end money.

The same thing goes for digital archives of electronic documents, SAS helps to organize the electronic and save valuable time and money by using the most effective integrated capabilities on the market today both in its ability to combine structured and unstructured data. It also utilizes predictive analytics to remember what documents or areas are searched most as well as allowing customers to customize their systems to fit individual needs.

Sounds like a win win.

Leslie Radcliff, June 8, 2011

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