NTENT Wins 2014 Voltage Award

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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NTENT [formerly Vertical Search Works], a semantic search technology company delivering cross-channel content and advertising experiences, has been recognized as a leader in the industry, winning the award for “Large Technology Innovator.” Hosted by SmartCEO Magazine, the Voltage Awards celebrates the increasing role that technology plays in the business community and recognizes leaders for their creative vision and innovative solutions.


NTENT leverages its semantic and natural language technology to understand users’ interests, passions and intentions and then match them with relevant content and sponsored messages. The company’s executive team has an established record of success with innovative solutions in search, video, messaging, mobile and marketing. Major online publishers and global brands partner with NTENT to generate marketing efficiencies and boost monetization opportunities.


“We’re thrilled to have NTENT recognized as a company that prioritizes innovation in technology,” said Colin Jeavons, founder and CEO, NTENT. “We’re always thinking of delivering the best consumer experiences with real-time, relevant content, which ultimately provides greater value to publishers, marketers, and advertising agencies.”


Jeavons accepted the award on behalf of NTENT at a ceremony that commanded an audience of 400 C-level executives from the New York business community. Collectively, the finalists of the 2014 Voltage awards generate $1.42 billion in annual revenue and employ 7,115 people.




NTENT enhances cross-channel digital experiences by matching content to consumers’ passions and interests. NTENT leverages its proprietary semantic search and natural language technology to provide relevant experiences for consumers, as well as enhanced monetization opportunities for marketers, content providers, carriers, app developers and distribution partners. NTENT has an established record of success with innovative solutions in search, video, messaging, mobile and marketing, and has already been implemented by major online publishers and global brands such as Meredith Corporation and Taunton Media. Learn more about NTENT at


Original Release: Business Wire

Image: Courtesy NTENT


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