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  • June 30, 2010
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ConceptClassifier for SharePoint 2010

Concept Searching reports that its conceptClassifier for SharePoint is now available for SharePoint 2010. With the new Term Store functionality in SharePoint 2010, says Concept Searching, organizations can develop a metadata model using out-of-the-box SharePoint capabilities. Running natively and fully integrated with the Term Store, conceptClassifier for SharePoint can consistently apply conceptual metadata to content and auto-classify to the Term Store metadata model, solving the challenge of applying the metadata to thousands of documents and eliminating the need to depend on the user community to correctly tag content.

conceptClassifier for SharePoint's taxonomy manager component functions bi-directionally with the Term Store where changes can be made in the Term Store or in the taxonomy manager. This added functionality helps expedite the development of the metadata models, offers sophisticated refinement capabilities and significantly reduces ongoing maintenance, claims Concept Searching.

Further, says the company, conceptClassifier for SharePoint is the only statistical-based classification and taxonomy solution to use concept extraction and conceptual metadata generation to achieve the optimal approach to manage unstructured content. Features including automatic compound term and conceptual metadata generation, automated classification and innovative taxonomy tools result in a new approach proven to solve traditional knowledge management challenges.

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