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Connotate, Inc

120 Albany Street
Tower II, 4th Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
United States
Phone: 732-296-8844
Web Site:


Connotate is the market leader in web content extraction. Our combination of patented machine-learning technology and real-world experience allows our customers to precisely target and extract data from hundreds or hundreds of thousands of web sources, creating high-value proprietary data sets.  

Information service providers and other data-centric companies rely on Connotate because our unmatched scalability and flexibility lets them extract web content they couldn’t access before. With Connotate, customers dramatically increase their content harvesting capacity, dramatically reduce time to add new data sources, drive down their ongoing cost of content extraction, and radically reduce the complexity of their downstream operations.

Connotate is available as an on-premise web data extraction platform, or as a managed data service. For more information please visit our website:

Articles Mentioned
Connotate, Inc., a web data extraction platform provider for the information services industry and data-centric businesses, announced an $11 million Series B-1 financing led by Long River Ventures, with participation from existing shareholders .406 Ventures, Castile Ventures, Fernwood Funding LLC, Prism Ventures, and other angels.
News/News Item - Posted Nov 17, 2016
The EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry is now in its 16th year. Similar to most adolescents, it's going through some changes. We added new judges and new categories. As a result, we've got many new companies on the list. Among other changes, this year we added Online Video as a standalone category. We all know that video's popularity is on the rise; and as it's becoming a bigger part of the content puzzle, it clearly needed its own category.
Editorial/Feature - November/December 2016 Issue, Posted Nov 01, 2016
My aim is always to help our readers understand how to evaluate tools within the context of their particular needs and goals. One of the ways we do that is through EContent's annual Trendsetting Products list. Each year, we turn to our inboxes, our coverage, and to our contributors to find out what products are helping content creators of all kinds stay on top of their game. I hope that you find these tools as interesting and as potentially helpful as I do!
Editorial/Feature - May 2016 Issue, Posted May 02, 2016
The EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry is now in its 15th year. We added new judges and new categories. As a result, there are many new companies on the list. Among other changes this year, we thought it was important to recognize digital marketing technologies in their own category.
Editorial/Feature - December 2015 Issue, Posted Dec 01, 2015
They say data is the "oil" of the 21st century - raw material that, when extracted, refined, and "manufactured" into information products and analytic insights-will drive our economy to new heights.It follows, then, that information products companies need to think about what they do in the same way that manufacturers of tangible goods do: as a process that requires a flow of inputs, a manufacturing plant, and a delivery system. And data products manufacturers must make this data supply chain as efficient, cost-effective, reliable, and flexible as possible.
Editorial/View From The Top - Posted Dec 02, 2014
The 2014-2015 EContent 100, a list of the 100 Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2014 Issue, Posted Dec 01, 2014
Jennifer is the production operations manager for the hosted data services team at Connotate, which provides web data monitoring and extraction services for its customers. "My team writes all the processes to automate the reading, collection, publishing, and pushing of data to our customers," Beach says, noting that her group oversees 450 servers. That means working closely with Connotate's sales and professional services web harvesting teams to make sure the company delivers exactly what customers expect. "We're technologists and engineers, but with strong business analyst skills."
Editorial/Faces of Econtent - By - March 2014 Issue, Posted Mar 07, 2014
Thomson Reuters needed to find a way to streamline its data monitoring and collection processes so that they could increase productivity and improve the quality of the data that they brought in. Content operation groups within the organization had been searching hundreds of websites manually, an ad hoc and unmanaged routine that didn't easily allow the sharing of best practices between the groups. Not only was it time-consuming, but it also posed a risk of coming up with inaccurate and incomplete data.
Editorial/Case Studies - By - November 2011 Issue, Posted Nov 04, 2011
Connotate, Inc., a provider of data collection solutions for the web, announced the release of Agent Community V3, the latest iteration of its flagship web data monitoring and collection solution. Agent Community allows non-technical users to capture and analyze dynamic Web content and data via a patented visual abstraction technique and easy-to-use interface.
News/News Item - Posted Oct 01, 2010
Our list of the 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2009 Issue, Posted Nov 24, 2009
Connotate has announced Agent Community GEN2 Developer Edition, a new addition to the Agent Community GEN2 platform that adds developer functionality to its existing offering.
News/News Item - Posted Nov 13, 2009
In May, people from across the globe gathered in New York City at Enterprise Search Summit East, for two days of intensive, in-depth discussions about the world of search. With a host of new problems to conquer, and a handful of older issues yet to be solved, attendees and speakers alike arrived prepared to hammer out fresh solutions and new answers. Popular key note sessions like "Search, Scent, and the Happiness of Pursuit," lead by Jared Spool, founder of User Interface Engineering, and "Improving Security Through Information Awareness," with Win van Geloven, VP information technology, National Coordinator for counterterrorism, the Netherlands, armed attendees with the breadth of knowledge today's professionals need to make decisions.
News/News Feature - By - Posted May 19, 2009

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