Teragram Releases Teragram Semantic Term Manager v. 2.0

Oct 16, 2007


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Teragram, a provider of multilingual natural language processing technologies, has announced the launch of Semantic Term Manager v. 2.0 (STM v. 2.0), software that enables management of content and maintenance of ontologies in enterprise content repositories and databases. STM v. 2.0 is intended to help corporate librarians to maintain ontologies and integrate this information directly with Teragram's TK240 taxonomy management tool. The combination of these two programs allows knowledge workers to maintain metadata across repositories and databases and to automatically tag documents according to the defined taxonomies. STM v. 2.0 works in tandem with Teragram's TK240 taxonomy management program. Information stored in the STM v. 2.0 database can be exported to Teragram's database management tool, TK240, to build complex taxonomies which can be used to automatically categorize documents and to extract entities and events from documents.

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