Metadata tool for SharePoint 2013

TEMIS has launched an integration of the company's Content Enrichment Platform into SharePoint 2013 providing the ability to automatically extract relevant topics, entities, facts, sentiments, or categories from documents and generate rich metadata. 

This semantic metadata, stored in SharePoint 2013 columns, is then freely available for use by any application for content management, archival, business process automation, analytics and search. 

"This second-generation integration will help enable our customers to deploy semantic enrichment industrially on their SharePoint 2013 farms", said Michaël Domanski, Alliances and Channel Manager, TEMIS. 

"The domain-specific metadata produced by Luxid is now available for search services, for the Term Store as well as the entire application layer."

Luxid for SharePoint 2013 is a server application that is accessed through Web Services, reads documents, extracts relevant metadata based on their Content Type and feeds it into the corresponding SharePoint 2013 columns. This alleviates end-user manual contribution efforts and enhances the quantity and quality of metadata. 

Depending on governance policies, metadata may remain accessible for end user modification thanks to habitual SharePoint 2013 views.

It enables full, two-way integration with the SharePoint Term Store. When implemented in the context of a closed Term Set, Luxid applies the Term Set to content, enabling precise institutional governance over - managed - metadata through an Enterprise taxonomy. 

In the case of open Term Sets, Luxid identifies concepts beyond a pre-ordained list, as they appear in the content, a process that supports the enrichment or feeding of an enterprise taxonomy based on actual enterprise content.

Stored in SharePoint columns, the metadata produced by Luxid for SharePoint 2013 becomes natively accessible to any application - in particular for content management, business process automation, information access or analytical tasks. 

As an example, exploiting Managed Properties or Managed Metadata, any SharePoint 2013 search service may index this metadata and present faceted navigation interfaces structured according to end-users' enterprise taxonomy. Other features that can be built include contextual navigation, content recommendation engines and analytical widgets.

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