I was at the EMC writer’s conference this past Friday, speaking on Text Analytics and ECM. The idea behind the conference is very cool. EMC brings together writers and bloggers, from all over the world, to discuss topics relevant to content management. All of the sessions were great. We discussed Cloud, Web 2.0, Sharepoint, Text … Continue reading Threats to the American Justice System – Can Enterprise Content Management Help?
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Richard Turner, VP of Marketing, at Content Analyst. Content Analyst was originally part of SAIC and spun out about 5 years ago. The company provides content management, eDiscovery, and content workflow solutions to its clients - primarily as an OEM solutions. The tool set is called … Continue reading The Three C’s – conceptual search, clustering, and categorization
Why? How? These are key questions that business people ask a lot. Questions such as, “Why did our customer retention rate plummet?” or “How come our product quality has declined?” or even “How did we end up in this mess?” often cannot be answered using structured data alone. However, there is a lot of unstructured … Continue reading Text Analytics meets Enterprise Content Management ‘Round 2– IBM Content Analyzer
I add my thoughts to others who have blogged on the Summit. See the Seth Grimes posting, for all of the other comments. I too agree that it was great to see a large number of end users at the Summit, this year. I was especially interested in the fact that a number of them … Continue reading My two cents on the 2008 Text Analytics Summit
Late last summer, Hurwitz & Associates published a report on Text Analytics. As part of the report we surveyed companies that had deployed the technology, were planning to deploy the technology, or had no plans to deploy text analytics. We asked companies planning to deploy text analytics solutions whether they planned to integrate it with … Continue reading Text Analytics Meets Enterprise Content Management