TEMIS Named SIIA CODiE Award Finalist for Best Semantic Technology Solution
News Jan 11, 2013
TEMIS has announced that its flagship Luxid® Content Enrichment Platform was named a finalist for the 2013 SIIA Content CODiE Awards for "Best Semantic Technology Solution".
Serving as the pre-eminent awards program for the software and information industries, the SIIA CODiE Awards have been honoring excellence for 27 years.
This year's program has 75 categories organized by industry focus in Content, Education and Software.
Finalists in the Content categories represent the best products, technologies, and services created by or for media, publishers, and information services providers.
CODiE Award winners will be announced during a special lunch on January 31 in New York City during the SIIA's annual flagship conference for information industry leaders, IIS 2013: Breakthrough.
In 2010, TEMIS won the CODiE Award for "Best Business Intelligence or Knowledge Management Solution." This year, TEMIS was selected for its excellence in the "Best Semantic Technology Solution" category.
This award recognizes the Best Semantic Technology Platform specifically designed for media, publishers & information providers.
Nominees include solutions that range from automated tagging and analysis to semantic advertising and content enrichment that can be industry focused (e.g. scientific) or designed for general or broad information.
"Best Semantic Technology Platform is a new CODiE Award category that recognizes excellence in solutions that provide fluidity to searches and systems operations. These products help media, publishers, and information providers interact in a more intelligent and responsive way," said SIIA Content Division Vice President Kathy Greenler Sexton. "We were excited to see such creative and effective solutions nominate and become finalists in this new category."
"We are honored by this CODiE nomination that recognizes TEMIS's strong commitment to meet the evolving challenges facing the information industry," said Guillaume Mazières, Executive Vice President North American Operations, TEMIS.
Mazières continued, "The Luxid® platform is widely chosen by leading publishers and information providers worldwide to extract targeted knowledge from their digital assets and enhance their end user experience and engagement."
Structure users unstructured content with Luxid®
The shift to digital has presented information providers with new business opportunities and customer expectations. In this context, semantic content enrichment has emerged as a genuinely game-changing capability for competing effectively:
• Luxid® makes content more compelling
Semantic content enrichment enhances the audience's experience in discovering, navigating and analyzing content. Semantics boosts content find ability and discoverability through improved SEO, navigational facets, links to related content, and powerful analytics.
• Luxid® helps develop innovative products
Semantic enrichment promotes the efficient packaging of content into new types of products. Topic pages and API-driven content feeds leverage structured and highly granular semantic metadata to deliver topical collections answering the needs of targeted audiences.
• Luxid® boosts editorial productivity
Semantic content enrichment automates tagging, categorization and linking, thus reducing the effort required to accomplish tasks that were previously manual.
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