Lexalytics Tries a Modified Freemium Promotion

August 17, 2011

Anyone interested in trying out a new and improved search service should consider Lexalytics freemium offer. Available for download on their website is a trial version of their software, as explained in the article, Lexalytics, Inc. Offers No-Hassle Trial of Text Analytics Solution, on Musicsalls.

With more and more companies losing precious man-hours sorting through troves of useless data, a new industry of uber-search software has emerged. Every company has a different spin on how they extrapolate legitimate and useful data, and Lexalytics is no different. As explained in the article,

Lexalytics’ Text Analytics Trial supports the ability for users to gather up to 50 documents of various types, including html, word, PowerPoint, PDF and text. In addition, users may select from a list of full-text RSS feeds for analysis. The application processes these documents or feeds to extract pertinent metadata including people, places, and companies. It then applies tone and sentiment results to those entities.

For companies not quite ready to sign on the dotted line, this might be a good option. The free trial includes the same software capabilities offered to clients. They tout themselves as offering, “Tailored fit, off the rack ease, and designer results.” We admire the wording, and with sentiment analysis becoming more fashionable, we think you will want to take a closer look at the firm’s technology.

Text data mining is a field exploding in popularity and those fortunate enough (or smart enough) to get in at the beginning are hanging on for a wild and profitable ride. Since so many companies are providing basically the same service, new angles and spins are necessary to catch the consumer eye. Lexalytics’ freemium is a proven winner and wise choice.

We want to note the use of more aggressive marketing methods in the search and content processing sector.

Catherine Lamsfuss, September 7, 2011

Sponsored by Pandia.com

Comments

One Response to “Lexalytics Tries a Modified Freemium Promotion”

  1. Antonio Valderrabanos on August 18th, 2011 2:58 am

    Catherine, I cannot find the download link.
    Thnaks,
    Antonio