Lexalytics Announces Availability of Native Phrase-Based Sentiment in Spanish
Boston, MA—October 17, 2012Lexalytics, a provider of text analytics and sentiment analysis software, today announced the availability of their new phrase-based native Spanish language pack for their Salience text processing engine.Lexalytics is the only company to provide phrase-based sentiment in any language, providing unparalleled opportunities for tuning and customization for any application involving text. All of […]
Boston, MA—October 17, 2012
Lexalytics, a provider of text analytics and sentiment analysis software, today announced the availability of their new phrase-based native Spanish language pack for their Salience text processing engine.
Lexalytics is the only company to provide phrase-based sentiment in any language, providing unparalleled opportunities for tuning and customization for any application involving text. All of Lexalytics’ language packs are native to the language, with no translation step, so that all nuances of sentiment are captured directly without confusion from a machine translation step.
Lexalytics’ Salience Engine is a market leading text analytics engine, used by industries as varied as social media monitoring, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals to determine the “who,” “what,” “where,” and “tone” that’s implicit in any piece of text. Salience supports a number of different text analytics functions, including Named Entity Recognition, Sentiment Analysis, Categorization/Classification, Summarization, Theme Extraction and more. In other words, if you have text, Salience can tell you what it means.
“Phrase-based sentiment is harder to implement in non-English languages because of the lack of certain linguistic resources,” said Jeff Catlin, CEO, Lexalytics. “We were able to leverage our market-leading Wikipedia™-based Concept Matrix™ functionality as a core multi-lingual data source for an elegant solution to this problem.”
“In our market here in Mexico, we need the ability to tune for local language variations like profanity and colloquialisms,” said Antonio Pedraza, CEO of Intus. “The latest version of Lexalytics’ Spanish language pack allows us to take into account all of our ‘localisms’ for the most accurate sentiment analysis of our customers’ content.”
About Intus a division of Grupo Scanda
For over 20 years, Grupo Scanda has been transforming technology into value to their customers. With 9 divisions and presence in 7 countries Grupo Scanda is one of the biggest IT integrators in Mexico. Focused on the enterprise sector, Grupo Scanda is a renowned Microsoft Partner as well as a top partner of companies like SAP, Symantec, Blackberry and Apple among others. Intus, its most recent division, is specialized in portals, collaboration and social technologies.
Intus is well known for their Microsoft™ SharePoint™ expertise. They’re using our text analysis techniques like sentiment analysis, theme extraction, classification, and named entity extraction in Spanish to provide an excellent Social Media Monitoring solution for their enterprise customers.
Processing billions of unstructured documents every day globally, Lexalytics is the industry leader in translating text into profitable decisions. Lexalytics deploys state-of –the-art cloud and on-prem text and sentiment analysis technologies that transform customers’ thoughts and conversations into actionable insights. The on-premise Salience® and SaaS Semantria® platforms are implemented in a variety of industries for social media monitoring, reputation management and voice of the customer programs. Based in Boston, MA, Lexalytics has offices in the US and Canada. For more information, please visit www.lexalytics.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-617-249-1049. Follow Lexalytics on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn..