Monday, April 19, 2010

Leading Specialist Search Integrator Launches New Document Processing Practice.

Document processing is the foundation of successful search-based applications

Herndon, VA (PRWEB) April 19, 2010 -- Search Technologies, the leading independent provider of search software integration services announced today the launch of a new services practice for document processing.

The expert in the search space
The expert in the search space
According to Search Technologies’ CEO, Kamran Khan, “The majority of business-critical search applications can be significantly enhanced, or even transformed, by better document processing prior to indexing.    We’ve captured our best practices, built on the experience of more than 100 major search implementations, into a new service practice combining expertise, proven methodologies and a range of purpose-made software tools.”

The new service practice is aimed at companies with large, disparate data sets and high value content, whose audiences use search as a primary information access tool.

Customers already using Search Technologies’ document processing services include the US Government Printing Office, as a part of its acclaimed Federal Digital System (FDSys).

The preparation of documents prior to indexing is a frequently overlooked, yet vitally important aspect of many search applications.

A new best practices white paper "A Document Processing Methodology for Search" was published today by Search Technologies.

About Search Technologies
Search Technologies is the premier independent provider of search software integration services. Operating internationally, Search Technologies helps clients to gain business advantage through search. Our technical team of more than 70 experts is the most experienced group of search implementation professionals globally, and this mitigates risk for our customers. In short, we are the experts at fine-tuning search to deliver business benefits.

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