TEMIS Selects immixGroup as its Master Distributor for U.S. Government Accounts
immixGroup will help TEMIS bring its semantic enrichment technology to the U.S. Government
NEW YORK, September 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –
TEMIS [http://www.temis.com ], the leading provider of Semantic Content Enrichment
solutions for the Enterprise, announced today that immixGroup [http://www.immixgroup.com ]
will represent TEMIS for public sector supply schedules making procurement for federal
organizations simple, fast and economical. This partnership allows TEMIS channel partners
access to supply schedules and enables Federal agencies to unlock unstructured content as
part of the President Barak Obama directive to Federal agencies on open data.
“We are excited to open new markets for TEMIS in the Federal space. The potential for
TEMIS’ market in the public sector is impressive,” said Art Richer, President of
immixGroup. “Our unique platform of services including strategic demand creation
activities and distribution services will give TEMIS partners the resources they need to
grow their business, while government agencies will enjoy reliable access to TEMIS
products through their preferred contracts and solution providers.”
TEMIS’ flagship Luxid(R) Content Enrichment Platform, the recipient of the SIIA’s 2013
CODiE Award for Best Semantic Technology Platform, is based on patented natural language
processing technology that recognizes and extracts relevant items of information hidden in
plain text, such as entities, relationships, topics and categories and enriches content
with domain-specific metadata. Luxid(R) helps organizations to efficiently structure their
unstructured information assets, to package and deliver targeted, relevant information to
their stakeholders, and to enable the analysis, discovery and sharing of actionable
insights to optimize their business.
“As we experienced at the recent White House Data Jam on Open Data, there is a major
need for semantic enrichment to unlock government content that has been hard to find, much
less manage,” said Guillaume Mazieres, TEMIS Executive Vice President for North America.
“Our Luxid(R) platform has proven how unstructured content can reveal critical
information, from money laundering to scientific research. In immixGroup, we have found a
partner with the integrity, depth and vigor to engage the Federal market place with
About immixGroup, Inc.
immixGroup helps technology companies do business with the government. immixGroup’s
unique platform of services enables software and hardware manufacturers and their channel
partners to grow their public sector business and accelerate the sales cycle. Since 1997,
immixGroup has delivered the specialized resources and expertise these companies need to
increase their revenue, support their demand creators, and operate efficiently. And
government agencies trust immixGroup to provide leading commercial technology products
through their preferred contracts and business partners.
TEMIS helps organizations structure, manage and exploit their unstructured information
assets. Its flagship platform, Luxid(R), identifies and extracts targeted information to
semantically enrich content with domain-specific metadata. This helps organizations to
intelligently archive, manage, package, deliver, access and analyze increasing volumes of
information. Founded in 2000, TEMIS operates in the United States, Canada, UK, France and
Germany, and is represented worldwide through its network of certified partners.
TEMIS’ innovative solutions have attracted the business of leading organizations such
as AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science), Agence France-Presse, BASF,
Bayer Pharma, Bloomberg BNA, BNP Paribas, Editions Lefebvre-Sarrut, Elsevier, EMC,
Europol, French Ministry of Defence, French Ministry of Finance, Gannett, Karger, Invest
in France Agency, Les Echos, Merck KGaA, Nature Publishing Group, Novartis, Philip Morris
International, PSA Peugeot-Citroen, Sanofi, Simon & Schuster, Springer Science+Business
Media, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Thieme, Thomson Reuters, the U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Volkswagen and Wiley.