Teragram Announces Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Integration

Dec 21, 2007


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Teragram, a provider of multilingual natural language processing technologies, announced that its Automatic Metadata Generation Suite -- which includes the company's automatic categorization, entities extraction and TK240 taxonomy management software -- now fully integrates with the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) content management system and Microsoft SharePoint Enterprise Search. As a result of this integration, Teragram automatically adds metadata to documents stored in MOSS, enabling users to browse the content by topics and to perform faceted search with SharePoint Enterprise Search. Users can now view their search results broken down by category and linked to related topics. When documents are added to the MOSS content management system, Teragram's software automatically tags the content based on a set of predefined rules, which can be customized by industry and company name using the TK240 taxonomy management software. Teragram's industry-specific taxonomies can be used out-of-the-box with MOSS, or enterprises can create their own taxonomies using TK240 to automatically classify their content.

(www.teragram.com, www.microsoft.com)