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Subject: Analytics, Knowledge management
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Industry Information retrieval
Founded 2006
Headquarters USA, UK
Area served
Products Semaphore Cloud, Ontology Manager, Classification Server, Semantic Enhancement Server, Language Packs, Search Appliance Framework, Text Miner
Number of employees
Slogan "The Content Intelligence Company"

Smartlogic is a software company which specializes in developing information retrieval, text analytics and knowledge management solutions by applying semantic capabilities to unstructured data deployed in enterprise search and content management systems. Smartlogic's Content Intelligence platform is called Semaphore.


Smartlogic was founded in the UK in 2006 and now has offices in San Jose, CA; Alexandria, VA; Cambridge, MA and London, UK. The company was founded on the idea [1] of using controlled vocabularies such as taxonomies[2] and ontologies to generate rules sets that drive an automatic classification process for unstructured information. This process applies metadata, based on the standard model, to information assets improving findability,[3] and enabling content integration.

The company's product - Semaphore is platform independent and enhances the capabilities of enterprise search engines,[4] content management and workflow systems deployed by clients to augment and enhance their investment. Semaphore is used by organizations such as NASA, National Health Service, RBS, Bank of America and Office of Public Sector Information to drive workflows, govern, manage and secure documents,[5] explore and discover new information and develop new revenue streams.

The product is fully integrated with Microsoft Sharepoint,[6] Google Search Appliance,[7] Apache Solr,[8] FAST ESP[9] as well as other information management platforms.

Awards and Recognition

  • 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management 2013/2015 [10]


  1. ^ [1] ZDNET article
  2. ^ [2] Earley & Associates
  3. ^ [3] Earley & Associates article
  4. ^ [4] CMSWire Leverage Metadata to Drive Critical Business Processes
  5. ^ [5] CMSWire Govern, Secure and Manage Your Documents in SharePoint with Content Intelligence
  6. ^ [6] CMSWire SharePoint 2013 Office 365 Get Semantic Search with Smartlogic Semaphore
  7. ^ [7] Google Enterprise Catalogue
  8. ^ [8] Alfresco-Semaphore Integration
  9. ^ [9] Stephen E. Arnold - Beyond Search
  10. ^

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