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A Fertile Field For Semantic Tech: Social CRM

  When it comes to social CRM, it’s a world of semantics, and text and sentiment analytics. Recently Gartner released its Magic Quadrant report on the space, and a reading of it makes it pretty clear that the category, which the research group defines as “a business strategy that generates opportunities for sales, marketing and…

Coming Attractions From OpenAmplify

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At SemTech, OpenAmplify’s founder and CEO Mark Redgrave and co-founder and CIO Mike Petit talked to The Semantic Web Blog about the company’s cloud-based technology for extracting meaning from text and what’s next on the horizon. Most recently, Radian6 incorporated OpenAmplify’s technology as part of its Insights social media monitoring service. OpenAmplify includes a CRM…

Holiday Gifts On Semantic Web Experts’ Lists

Image Courtesy: Flickr/Lori Greig It doesn’t matter whether this month you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, the Winter Solstice, or anything else. In December, most everyone’s thoughts turn to presents. So, what makes it to the top of some semantic web and data experts’ holiday gift lists for their friends, family, colleagues – the world? We…

Global Market Research Agency Deploys OpenAmplify Semantic Platform For Better Insight Into Verbatim Survey Answers

  Image courtesy: Flickr/Enokson Market research companies are getting hip to the opportunity of using semantic technology to deliver meaningful results to clients from the surveys they conduct for them. Global research agency Millward Brown, whose clients include a large number of Fortune 500 brands ranging from CPG to services to insurance, certainly does: It’s…

Understanding + Classification = Monetization From the Semantic Web, Says OpenAmplify

Semantic technology web services provider OpenAmplify unveiled the next solution in its portfolio at this week’s Semantic Web Summit. It’s adding onto its OpenAmplify platform, which surfaces the meaning of content (its topics, sentiment, expressed intentions and so forth), with a customized classification solution dubbed Ampliverse. The company says that with the new service, it’s…