At Pingar, they want to make analyzing text as easy as analyzing data in databases. Unstructured data such as text represents 80% of your organization’s content and grows at 45-60% annually (according to Gartner, Inc). Being able to organize, collate and identify what is relevant, active and important is an ongoing problem with significant measurable financial implications for any organization.
They’ve got some smart people working on this at Pingar with PhD after their names. Their staff are trained using Stanford NLP materials. Meanwhile, their research roots go back to leading institutions in this area including the University of Waikato in New Zealand, one of the pioneers in Natural Language Processing (NLP), the University of Swansea in the United Kingdom and PolyU in Hong Kong.
They’ve also got world-leading partners who provide local services to government and enterprise customers in North America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
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