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Cambridge Semantics Ups Staff by 30%, Moves to Boston

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Cambridge Semantics is flourishing. The company recently announced “that due to demand for its enterprise semantic data management offering, the company has increased headcount by 30 percent and has relocated to new office space on the Boston Common.”

Cambridge Semantics is flourishing. The company recently announced “that due to demand for its enterprise semantic data management offering, the company has increased headcount by 30 percent and has relocated to new office space on the Boston Common. In the heart of downtown Boston, the new 5,500 square foot office will provide the organization with room to grow as they focus on R&D and marketing activities for the company’s flagship Anzo software suite.”

It continues, “With four of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies in the world as customers, Cambridge Semantics continues to build upon the success of its enterprise semantic data management offering. Increasingly companies need to quickly combine diverse data that crosses organizational departments in order to make better decisions and improve process efficiencies. With the innate flexibility of Anzo, business users can search for, virtualize, analyze, act on, and make decisions with any internal or external, structured or unstructured data. Combined with the software’s ease of use and speed of implementation, customers can begin reaping the benefits of operational intelligence almost immediately.”

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