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Jul 27

Reston, VA


There is a growing recognition within government markets of the importance of extracting information locked away in unstructured data. In recent years, over $10 billion in government efforts have required some form of text analytics as a key component of the desired solution. The range of programs across the U.S. Government include varied efforts such as financial fraud identification, epidemiological analysis, scientific and technical information gathering, human socio-cultural and behavioral modeling, command and control, and open source monitoring. While retrieval, storage, and indexing the volume of big data are important challenges, that data remains of little value until you can understand and act upon it. An information enterprise also requires context and semantics for that data to be truly valuable. Janya can help tame the big data problem through a range of domain and language-specific solutions based upon its flexible Semantex™ text analytics platform. Join us during this live webcast, as presenters Dr. Rohini Srihari, Janya CEO and expert in information retrieval, and John Weaver, VP of Business Development at Janya: Discuss the unstructured component of the big data problem and the role it plays in the government information enterprise Demonstrate several applications designed to empower information managers trying to tackle elements of the big data problem Discuss new state of the art technologies and tools Janya has developed to support user-driven customization of Semantex™, and interfaces for integration into analytical environments Sign up now, or click here to register for future access to the archived recording if you are unable to attend. Sincerely, Brian Snell Janya Government at Carahsoft 703-871-8656 (Direct) 888-662-2724 (Toll-Free) [email protected] www.carahsoft.com/janya

Cost: Complimentary Webcast

Contact Name: Brian Snell

ph: 888-662-2724 email: [email protected]

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