Lexalytics, an InMoment company and provider of AI-based, natural language processing (NLP) technology, announced it has improved accuracy and expanded NLP capabilities for 11 non-English languages. Now global brands and businesses can analyze unstructured data natively and benefit from full-featured text analytics to better understand their customers and make more informed decisions across 31 total languages.
While some companies offer a range of NLP features in languages other than English, few cover the sheer number that Lexalytics supports. Many rely on machine translation before processing which can decrease the accuracy of the analysis. Because Lexalytics processes text data in its native language, it can take into account specific nuances and complexities of that language, and better understand the meaning and context of the text.
Lexalytics has expanded feature coverage to include entities, themes, summarization, sentiment (at the document and item level), categorization, and part-of-speech tagging for the following 11 languages: Arabic, Danish, Finnish, Hebrew, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese. Lexalytics continues to offer full-featured support for an additional 20 languages. These expanded language capabilities are available for customers of Lexalytics’ Salience, Semantria API, and Spotlight application, as well as InMoment’s XI Platform.
Vercel, a cloud platform for frontend developers, together with Sitecore, a global provider of end-to-end digital experience solutions, announced a strategic partnership in response to the needs of brands for a more composable architecture. Marrying Vercel’s mission to power the frontend experience of businesses around the world, and Sitecore’s experience in helping brands potential to connect with their consumers globally, is meant to create new opportunities to scale on the Web.
Vercel and Sitecore have a history of collaborating on multiple engagements globally for clients across industries including Focus Brands and Avid Technology, with Platinum Sitecore implementation partners like Merkle and XCentium. Together, the companies help clients build composable digital experiences using Vercel’s Edge Middleware, Sitecore’s XM, and deep integrations built to allow for a headless solution by leveraging Vercel’s frontend as a Service (FaaS) experience expertise.
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Bloomreach announced a new feature from Bloomreach Discovery that gives merchandisers greater control over their product catalogs. With Catalog Management, merchandising teams can use business user-friendly tools to configure and manage all product catalogs within their account. Bloomreach Discovery customers now provides all users with the ability to see data import activity and make configuration changes in real time. They are also able to select which data attributes they want to show up in the product feed, ensuring product data is relevant for their business and for customer queries.
The data implementation process for product discovery tools can take time, and often becomes more complicated with larger product catalogs. This can lead to delays in generating value from the tool, as merchandisers have to wait for the implementation process to be completed before they can make changes or customizations to the data. Catalog Management solves for this issue directly by enabling search and merchandising teams to manage the data integration process on their own. It offers users the ability to view, manage, diagnose, and explore data across all the catalogs in their account, allowing them to optimize their merchandising, make necessary changes or customizations in real-time.