Curated for content, computing, and digital experience professionals

Day: April 14, 2002

Insightful Announces Availability of InFact

Insightful Corporation announced the availability of InFact, an advanced text mining solution for information retrieval. InFact consists of 20 sub-systems, most of which were originally developed by Insightful scientists over a five-year period for U.S. military and intelligence agencies. The resulting system is able to achieve a human-like understanding of text and modifies its behavior and responses accordingly. Because it can peruse millions of documents a day, InFact provides accurate, reliable, and actionable answers and analyses not practical with human workers. The InFact solution is a stand-alone system, that can support any enterprise network or knowledge store(s), regardless of operating system, legacy applications, or data formats. InFact can ingest into a single database any and all of a company’s knowledge base: from a single technical or customer service repository to a Fortune 500 company’s entire knowledge store – every document and record the company has ever stored. InFact handles text + image + numerical data in any common format, structured or unstructured. InFact is available today for Sun Solaris systems. An InFact license for a single knowledge management system starts at $250,000.

Metatorial & ZiaContent Announce CMS Metatorial Planner

Metatorial services Inc. and ZiaContent announced the launch of their new content management analysis and planning tool, the CMS Metatorial Planner. The “planner” is a hands-on workbook and a companion to the Content Management Bible, Bob Boiko’s book on content management. The CMS Metatorial Planner provides a complete example a company going through the process of analyzing their business and content needs prior to implementing a Web content management system (CMS). The example walks the reader through the steps of gathering the right information in order to pull together a comprehensive and cohesive communication and content management strategy, ultimately leading to the logical design of the CMS. Targeted toward a manager or group tasked with leading a content management initiative, the planner provides both practical real-world examples and a logical process for working through the complex tasks of understanding content management entities, such as project goals, the project mandate, the content domain, audiences, authors, sources, publications, templates, workflows, and staffing. The CMS Metatorial Planner is comprised of a 168-page guide, several dozen worksheets, and template for a final report that pulls the analysis together into a final deliverable. The planner is available for download from the metatorial services inc. Web site at an introductory price of $200.,

© 2024 The Gilbane Advisor

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑