Saltlux Inc, one of the world leaders in information mining and semantic search solution market, announced that the company has made an agreement with Japanese UFIT, specified in the information process lead by Takeda Yoshihiko for the supply of integrated search and mining engine and business cooperation.
Saltlux supplied search and mining engine will be loaded on ‘Knowledge-On’, a next generation groupware developed by UFIT. ‘Knowledge-On’ is a SaaS type hybrid groupware that incorporates portal function with a groupware that promotes share and utilization of in-company knowledge information. ‘Knowledge-On’ also enables information linkage through uploading of functions such as workflow, file management, mail, blog, etc to the principle function.
This project of UFIT will be developing the functions for mobile, API extension, SFA and CRM as a information sharing based service beyond the limited groupware and targeting 100 thousand service users.
This will be strengthening the productivity and efficiency in information sharing and utilization through text mining functions such as analysis of search results, automatic classification/summarization/clustering in addition to quantitative integrated search through [integration of Saltlux’s [IN2]DOR, an integrated search engine and TMS, a mining engine for the information process of widely distributed large amount of data.
Tony Lee, the President and CEO of Saltlux stressed, “We believe that UFIT has selected Saltlux because of the technology and quality excellence. Especially, Mining and semantic search technology of Saltlux are also recognized as an excellent technology in Japan as a differentiated technology that may satisfy the productivity and efficiency for information utilization.”
Since [IN2]SearchBox was awarded Grand Prix of the Venture Part at the ‘INTEROP Tokyo 2009’ last June, Saltlux plans to cooperate development of the product forward to the next generation enterprise communication platform with the integration of ‘Knowledge-On’ to Saltlux’s semantic and knowledge network analysis technology.
UFIT, one of the subsidiaries of IT Holding Group established in 1970 is a well known IT information process and system integration specified company with 1,300 employees and 42.4 billion yen sales revenue.
The 21st annual conference on Human and Cognitive Language Technology is being held on this October 9 and 10 of 2009 in Yuseong Legend Hotel in Yuseong, Daejeon.
Tony Lee, the President and CEO of Saltlux, is participating to the conference as one of the members of Organizing Committee of the conference.
Sixteen research papers are being read and 37 papers are being posted at the conference.
Papers on <Ontology and semantic web>, <Information search and text mining>, <NLP and machine translation>, <Awareness and others> will be read in the plenary session of the conference,
Details of the conference will be provided on the following site (in Korean):