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Convera Introduces Prepackaged Industry Vocabularies

Convera has announced the release of 20 domain-specific semantic network cartridges that the company says significantly enhance enterprise search accuracy, relevancy, and personalization. The plug-and-play cartridges, which capitalize on Convera's recent acquisition of linguistic technology specialist Semantix, Inc., allow customers to work with vocabularies more relevant to their specific business or industry.

According to the announcement, the new prepackaged cartridges seamlessly plug into Convera's RetrievalWare enterprise search, retrieval, and categorization solution and join Convera's existing selection of cartridges that support a wide range of languages. The 20 semantic network cartridges include thousands of terms and concepts unique to industries such as electronics, finance, health sciences, law, and pharmacology.

Source: Convera



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