The Smart Content Framework and conceptClassifier for SharePoint provide a solution for managing unstructured and semi-structured data regardless of where it resides.

Utilizing compound term processing technology, conceptClassifier for SharePoint is provides enterprise class, automatic semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management technology that natively integrates with SharePoint and solves business challenges through its concept identification capabilities.

conceptClassifier for SharePoint and the deployment of intelligent metadata enabled solutions address information governance in SharePoint. The product is typically used to eliminate manual tagging, improve search, facilitate records management, detect and secure confidential information, intelligently migrate content, reduce time in text analytics, and reduce costs associated with eDiscovery and litigation support.

Product Details

Product
conceptClassifier for SharePoint
Company
Concept Searching, Inc.
HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2002
License
Commercial
Deployment
SaaS, On-Premise

Tags

Primary Use Cases

Entperise Search. Metadata Management.

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