Concept Searching Enrolls University of California

September 25, 2012

We learned that the University of California has selected Concept Searching technology to process content, automatically classify content, and provide taxonomy management software to the Office of the President. “University of California, Office of the President Using Concept Searching’s Smart Content Framework™” said:

The University of California, Office of the President is the system wide headquarters of the University of California, managing its fiscal and business operations and supporting the academic and research missions across its campuses, labs and medical centers.

The Office of the President is the system wide headquarters of the University of California, managing its fiscal and business operations and supporting the academic and research missions across its campuses, labs and medical centers.

conceptClassifier for SharePoint has enabled the University of California, Office of the President to realize search improvements in SharePoint 2007 and in the recent deployment of SharePoint 2010. The university has integrated with the Term Store and taken advantage of the full support of managed metadata properties provided by conceptClassifier for SharePoint.

Martin Garland, president of Concept Searching said:

Using the first two building blocks of the Smart Content Framework™, Metadata and Insight, the University of California, Office of the President was able to rapidly deploy enterprise taxonomies and build the framework to improve search outcomes. This adoption of Concept Searching technologies continues to show our platform is an important component for any organization that places high value on content assets.

Concept Searching provides software products that deliver conceptual metadata generation, auto-classification, and powerful taxonomy management from the desktop to the enterprise. Concept Searching, developer of the Smart Content Framework™, provides organizations with a method to mitigate risk, automate processes, manage information, protect privacy, and address compliance issues. This information governance infrastructure framework utilizes a set of technologies that encompasses the entire portfolio of information assets, resulting in increased organizational performance and agility.

Concept Searching asserts that it is the only platform independent statistical metadata generation and classification software company in the world that uses concept extraction and compound term processing to significantly improve access to unstructured information. The Concept Searching Microsoft suite of technologies runs natively in SharePoint 2010, FAST, Windows Server 2008 R2 FCI, and in Microsoft Office applications.

A June 2012 white paper explaining conceptClassifier is available at this link.

Stephen E Arnold, September 25, 2012

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