It's been a while since I updated my blog and a lot has changed. In January, I made the move to TDWI as Research Director for Advanced Analytics. I'm excited to be there, although I miss Hurwitz & Associates. One of the last projects I worked on while at Hurwitz & Associates was the … Continue reading Five Best Practices for Text Analytics
Hurwitz & Associates conducted an online survey on advanced analytics in January 2011. Over 160 companies across a range of industries and company size participated in the survey. The goal of the survey was to understand how companies are using advanced analytics today and what their plans are for the future. Specific topics included: - … Continue reading Four Findings from the Hurwitz & Associates Advanced Analytics Survey
I just returned from the 6th annual Text Analytics Summit in Boston. It was an enjoyable conference, as usual. Larger players such as SAP and IBM both had booths at the show alongside pure play vendors Clarabridge, Attensity, Lexalytics, and Provalis Research. This was good to see and it underscores the fact that platform players … Continue reading Thoughts from the 6th annual Text Analytics Summit
I was speaking to a client the other day. This company was very excited about tracking its brand using one of the many listening posts out on the market. As I sat listening to him, I couldn’t help but think that a) it was nice that his company could get its feet wet in social … Continue reading What about Analytics in Social Media monitoring?
I had an interesting briefing with the Basis Technology team the other week. They updated me on the latest release of their technology called Rosette 7. In case you’re not familiar with Basis Technology it is the multilingual engine that is embedded in some of the biggest Internet search engines out there – including Google, … Continue reading The Importance of multi-language support in advanced search and text analytics
With 2010 now upon us, I wanted to take the opportunity to talk about five advanced analytics technology trends that will take flight this year. Some of these are up in the clouds, some down to earth. Text Analytics: Analyzing unstructured text will continue to be a hot area for companies. Vendors in this space … Continue reading Five Predictions for Advanced Analytics in 2010
I’ve been writing about text analytics for a number of years, now. Many of my blogs have included survey findings and vendor offerings in the space. I’ve also provided a number of use cases for text analytics; many of which have revolved around voice of the customer, market intelligence, e-discovery, and fraud. While these are … Continue reading Text Analytics Meets Publishing
IBM made a number of announcements last week at IOD regarding new products/offerings to help companies analyze content. One was Cognos Content Analytics, which enables organizations to analyze unstructured data alongside structured data. It also looks like IBM may be releasing a “voice of the customer” type service to help companies understand what is being … Continue reading A different spin on analyzing content – Infosphere Content Assessment
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 just got back from the Text Analytics Summit and it was a very good conference. I’ve been attending the Summit for the last three years and it has gotten better every year. This year, it seemed like there were a lot more end users and the conference had more of a business oriented approach … Continue reading Text Analytics Summit 2009