(PRZOOM - Press & Newswire) Seehausen a. Staffelsee, Bavaria, Germany, 2008-10-28
- Weitkamper Technology today announced the introduction of XSEARCH DidYouMean at genios.de
To further complete their search, GENIOS chose XSEARCH DidYouMean by Weitkämper Technology.
"We are always looking for solutions to make our search even more intuitive," says Markus Rohjans, head of product development at GENIOS. "XSEARCH DidYouMean helps our customers to find what they are looking for, even when the queries are misspelled. XSEARCH DidYouMean is a further step towards providing perfect search, even for terabytes of data."
GBI-Genios Deutsche Wirtschaftsdatenbank GmbH (genios.de) is the premium paid-content service provider in Germany, being established at the leading-edge for more than 29 years! GENIOS provides high-class information on the economy, management, companies, politics and science. GENIOS is a subsidiary of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung GmbH and Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt GmbH , two major publishing houses based in Germany.
About Weitkamper Technology
Weitkamper Technology (weitkamper.com) , established in 1994, delivers solutions for Intelligent Search, Classification and Navigation. Their products help people to find, explore and understand information. In a unique, intuitive way. Weitkamper Technology is an Autonomy OEM partner since 1997.
Customers include Babcock, Beck, BMW, Bosch, Electrolux, McKinsey, Ministry of Finance, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung FAZ, Wolters Kluwer and many more.
In honor of its pioneering work, the company has received the digita, the European Comenius Medal and the German Innovation Price ITK 2007 in the field of Knowledge Management.
About XSEARCH DidYouMean
XSEACH DidYouMean combines intelligent algorithms with linguistic know-how into one unique technology. It maps language phonetically and generates the matching sound pattern for every word. Instead of mathematical suggestions mainly phonetic terms are returned. As a result, suggestions are concise and accurate. XSEARCH DidYouMean can be used "on top" almost any search engine or database. It does not require any change of architecture, so integration is easy and allows very fast implementation.