April 4, 2007

TEMIS, part 2 – application areas

CEO Eric Bregand clearly described TEMIS as being in three markets – life sciences, publishing, and “industrial.” However, based on his descriptions, I’d characterize industrial as itself having three components – competitive intelligence, adverse impact detection, and customer satisfaction. Legal is somewhere in the mix too.

The common theme among these markets seems to be an emphasis on applications where complex semantic analysis is important. Actually, I think it would be expedient for TEMIS to use the marketing hook of saying the subjects it does analysis about are complex. Nobody likes to be told their software is complex, but they don’t mind being told they’re experts in a complex discipline themselves.

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2 Responses to “TEMIS, part 2 – application areas”

  1. Text Technologies»Blog Archive » TEMIS, part 1 – overview on April 4th, 2007 3:27 pm

    […] Due to various transatlantic communication glitches, I’d never had a serious TEMIS briefing until yesterday, when I finally connected with CEO Eric Bregand. So here’s a quick TEMIS overview; I’ll discuss what they actually do in a separate post. […]

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    […] with decisioning, and incidentally sounds a lot like what SPSS (before it was acquired by IBM) and Temis were already doing years […]

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