TEMIS Wins SIIA CODiE Award for Best Science and Technology Information Solution 2014

New York, NY, (PresseBox) - TEMIS, the leading provider of Semantic Content Enrichment solutions for the Enterprise, today announced that Luxid® Navigator was awarded the 2014 CODiE Award for Best Science and Technology Information Solution by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA).

“This CODiE award recognizes the unique value resulting from the semantic integration of Life Sciences open data and content into a single analytics portal,” said Daniel Mayer, VP Product & Marketing, TEMIS. “Semantic enrichment has become a core requirement for structuring, managing and exploiting information. Luxid® Navigator foreshadows what we believe to be the next major wave of information products leveraging semantics and analytics, in Life Sciences and beyond. And we are hard at work extending Luxid® Navigator to other verticals and applications.”

Luxid® Navigator is a user–friendly analytics application that helps professionals visually explore their data. Based on a dashboard approach, Luxid® Navigator leverages advanced computational linguistics, to dynamically build intuitive visualization widgets and search lenses that present relevant information to users as a function of their particular topic of interest.

In its Life Sciences version, that was presented to the CODIE Awards, Luxid® Navigator – Biopharma Edition, available as a SaaS application and testable at https://www.biopharmanavigator.com, the application charts the biopharma landscape by aggregating relevant open data and enables intelligent navigation from the perspectives of clinical trials, expert profiles, ongoing research, adverse events, and news that are relevant to the topic of interest: indication, intervention, mechanism of action, … This enables Life Sciences professionals to find and share critical information faster, and make better informed clinical, regulatory, and business decisions.

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