Temis Wins Award
August 12, 2012
We’d like to offer a heartfelt shake of the pom-poms to text analytics firm Temis. Tag Line announces, “TEMIS Wins 2010 LT-Innovate Award.” From vendors to policy makers, the LT-Innovate Summit brought together the leaders of Europe’s language technology arena. The gathering’s goals were to enhance the visibility of the field and to establish language technology as a priority for Europe.
Regarding the award, the write up explains:
“31 LT companies presented their activities in front of an audience and an Expert Jury composed of major players involved in LT with a solid background and experience in the development of innovative practices in the LT arena. The Expert Jury rated each presentation based on the following criteria:
Innovativeness – Business potential – Team experience – Competitive position – Investment or partnering interest – Project profile quality.”
So congratulations, Temis. Founded in 2000 by the same team who had earlier performed their text mining magic, quite effectively, for IBM, Temis acquired XeLDA, Xerox’s linguistic engine, in 2003. The company has offices spread across Europe and North America.
Cynthia Murrell, August 12, 2012