Content management company Access Innovations is integrating its Data Harmony suite of content enrichment and thesaurus management tools with Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Data Harmony can be used to provide semantic capabilities to SharePoint to help users take full advantage of their metadata through auto classification, enterprise taxonomy management, entity extraction, and enhanced search.
MAIstro provides taxonomy and thesaurus construction to automatic machine aided indexing, creating indexing which can be more than 90 percent accurate, according to the company. The software can enable browsing by subject, query auto-completion, broader terms, narrower terms, and related terms. With the integrated system, an Event Handler sends the documents being uploaded to SharePoint to the Data Harmony server first. Documents can be sent to the Data Harmony server in full-text, all Microsoft Office formats, HTML, PDF formats, and a variety of other data feeds. The Data Harmony server can then attach indexing terms using a Machine Aided Indexer, a metadata and entity extractor, and Thesaurus Master.