Cambridge Semantics was one of just 22 companies invited to present at last week's "Data Demonstration Day" on Capitol Hill, hosted by The Data Transparency Coalition. Cambridge Semantics joined EMC, Google, Microsoft and others to showcase how innovative data management applications can address the requirements of the proposed Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act).
Cambridge Semantics today announced that the Anzo Pharma Competitive Intelligence Solution has won the 2013 SIIA CODiE Award in the highly competitive category of Best Business Intelligence/Analytics Solution. As the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, the SIIA named Cambridge Semantics one of just 27 CODiE Award software category winners.
Cambridge Semantics has been named a finalist in the 2013 SIIA CODiE Awards. The company's Anzo Pharma Competitive Intelligence Solution has been recognized in the highly competitive category of Best Business Intelligence/Analytics Solution. As the industry's only peer-reviewed awards program, the SIIA CODiE Awards are the premier award for the software and information industries and have been recognizing product excellence for 27 years.
Cambridge Semantics has been named one of KMWorld's 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management. The 13th annual list was compiled by knowledge management practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, users and colleagues and recognizes the companies that have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to helping bolster an organization's collective intelligence. To view the full list visit http://www.kmworld.com.
Cambridge Semantics announced the company has completed a successful early access program for Anzo Express. Anzo Express links together information from multiple Excel documents in real-time, enabling faster and more accurate collaboration, reporting, and analysis on Excel data. To get your free version visit our web site http://www.cambridgesemantics.com.
Cambridge Semantics today announced the company has been named to Information Management's "40 Vendors We're Watching" list for 2012. Recognized for its approach to unified information access, Cambridge Semantics was one of 10 companies included in the data integration and data governance category.
At the 2012 Semantic Technology & Business Conference today, Cambridge Semantics announced a new, free downloadable version of the company's Anzo Express software. Anzo Express allows business users to link together data stored in multiple spreadsheets enabling real-time collaboration right in Microsoft Excel. Anzo Express also provides a dynamic, business-friendly web-based analytic dashboard for real-time reporting on data in spreadsheets and relational databases. Companies including Merck, Johnson & Johnson, Staples and GroupM, are already using Anzo to solve their key data management challenges.
At Enterprise Data World 2012 Cambridge Semantics announced the release of Anzo 3.0, including Anzo Unstructured which is designed to enable business users to connect unstructured data with traditional data sources. By providing users with unified information access to data in documents, databases, and the web, companies such as Biogen Idec, Johnson & Johnson, and Merck are using Anzo to glean new business insights and make smarter decisions.
Cambridge Semantics today announced the company's new Competitive Intelligence Solution has been named "Best in Show" at the 2012 BioIT World Conference. Based on the flagship Anzo Software Suite, the Cambridge Semantics Competitive Intelligence Solution was recognized for its unique approach to helping biopharma companies handle their diverse and ever-changing information needs.
For the second year in a row Cambridge Semantics will be a featured presenter at this month's BioIT World Conference & Expo in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition, the company will highlight its Competitive Intelligence Solution for biopharma companies as part of the event's New Product Showcase. Now in its tenth year, the BioIT World Conference highlights the latest innovations and technologies that are driving biomedical research and the drug development process. For more information on the event visit http://www.bio-itworldexpo.com/.
Semantic technologies are already having a huge impact on the web—especially with the advent of Schema.org and the Facebook Open Graph—and are moving rapidly into the Fortune 500, with companies as diverse as Merck, Chevron, and the US Air Force taking advantage of them. However, there is very little well-curated material that helps those new to the space find their bearings and get started. Semantic University aims to solve this problem and, in doing so, increase the adoption rate of Semantic Web technologies.
Cambridge Semantics today announced that it will unveil its Compliance Information Management Solution Accelerator, designed to help organizations automate and integrate compliance systems, on March 13th at the Semantics in Financial Services Conference hosted by Object Management Group (OMG). Also at the event, Lee Feigenbaum, Vice President Technology & Client Services, will be featured on a panel discussing the broader impact of semantic technologies on the financial services industry. For more information on this event view our blog post, "Semantics in Financial Services."
With four of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies in the world as customers, Cambridge Semantics continues to build upon the success of its enterprise semantic data management offering. Increasingly companies need to quickly combine diverse data that crosses organizational departments in order to make better decisions and improve process efficiencies. With the innate flexibility of Anzo, business users can search for, virtualize, analyze, act on, and make decisions with any internal or external, structured or unstructured data. Combined with the software's ease of use and speed of implementation, customers can begin reaping the benefits of operational intelligence almost immediately.