insentia and TEMIS Join Forces to bring value to Enterprise Contents
Lausanne, Switzerland and Paris, France – November 19, 2013
– By becoming TEMIS’ premier partner in Switzerland, insentia reinforces its Enterprise Content Management activities and now provides Luxid®, the flagship platform which received the CODiE Award 2013 for Best Semantic Solution. Embedded within a content management system, it powers more efficient categorization, search and analysis processes.
Based on patented and award-winning natural language processing technologies, Luxid® Content Enrichment Platform meets the needs of organizations to better structure, manage and exploit their unstructured content. Luxid® is a powerful and flexible solution which identifies and automatically extracts relevant information from documents. Stored as metadata, they reveal the intimate nature of informational assets and help organizations to optimize the efficiency and performance of their enterprise content management.
As a renowned integrator on the Swiss market, insentia will provide its customers with integration services of the Luxid® platform within flagship Enterprise Content Management solutions. Insentia supports its customers throughout their projects, whether it be for functional and technical consulting, architecture design, development, deployment and/or training.
“Our new partnership with TEMIS is an opportunity to provide our customers with an innovative and value-added solution that once integrated to their enterprise content management systems, enables finer-grained content identification and processing, smarter search, information access and routing and helps automate document and business workflows”, said Hervé Stalder, ECM Director at insentia.
“We are very careful in selecting partners”, added Michael Domanski, Alliance and Channel Manager at TEMIS. “insentia’s deep experience as an ECM solutions integrator and its independence from any specific technology platform was a decisive factor in the choice of our sole partner in Switzerland.”