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Open Text makes semantic navigation available

by | Aug 18, 2010

Open Text recently announced the development of semantic navigation, which will allow for faster enterprise search.Open Text recently announced the development of semantic navigation, a tool that will allow users of the company”s ECM suite to quickly navigate through data.

The add-on will allow companies to quickly find specific information on search engines or within their own network. Furthermore, the solution is available as both a cloud-based and on-premise solution, which will allow more of Open Text”s customers to use it.

The amount of data filling corporate networks continues to grow in both volume and scope. As a result, it can often be difficult for enterprise solutions to quickly navigate two separate file types – even if they deal with the same subject matter. Similarly, consumer websites must be able to find all data pertaining to a specific search topic quickly.

“We believe semantic and content analysis technology holds significant promise for helping organizations change this equation,” James Latham, Open Text chief marketing officer, said. “Open Text Semantic Navigation is a great example of the ways we are bringing this technology to market to help solve a number of difficult problems around content discovery and presentation.”

Open Text”s ECM solutions have gained substantial praise this year. Earlier this year, the Waterloo, Ontario-based company developed a customized social networking application for the world leaders who attended the G-20 Summit in Toronto.