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Vivísimo Adds Content Integrator, Enterprise Publisher

Vivísimo, Inc., a provider of advanced document clustering software, recently added the Content Integrator and Enterprise Publisher to its software portfolio. These offerings join Vivísimo's flagship product, the Clustering Engine, which automatically organizes search or database query results into meaningful hierarchical folders.

The Vivísimo Content Integrator seamlessly combines with the Clustering Engine to enable companies to integrate search/database query results from multiple sources. Regardless of where the content is stored (internal or external) or the number of disparate sources, the Content Integrator presents a single, unified view of retrieved results clustered into relevant subject categories.

The Vivísimo Enterprise Publisher, a stand-alone document clustering product, offers a new capability for online publishers, customer support departments, research departments, and government agencies. This product automatically clusters document collections into categories that are intelligently selected from the words and phrases contained within the documents themselves. It publishes the organized content in an intuitive PC folders-style interface that allows end-users to quickly grasp the themes within a document collection and recognize key patterns and trends that would otherwise remain invisible.

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, with offices in London and San Francisco, Vivísimo was founded by research computer scientists from Carnegie Mellon University.

Source: Vivisimo, Inc.

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