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Expert System and MarkLogic Corporation Join Forces for Cognitive Information Management Applications

10 May 2016

Cognitive Computing Leader to Sponsor Upcoming MarkLogic World 2016

– Expert System (EXSY.MI), the leader in cognitive technology for the effective management of unstructured information, today announced a partnership with MarkLogic Corporation, a leading operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database provider.  The integration of Cogito will enable MarkLogic® database users to add cognitive capabilities to their information applications.

Cogito’s powerful patented semantic technology reads and understands text the way humans do. It unambiguously recognizes relevant information and enriches content with domain-specific data such as entities, relationships, topics and categories. Cogito brings organizations the benefits of more effective search, linking, analytics and visualizations, and enables them to discover actionable insights to optimize their business and improve their decision making.

“We’re excited to be partnering with MarkLogic, one of the world’s leading database providers,” said Daniel Mayer, CEO of Expert System Enterprise. “Our technologies are a natural fit, delivering smarter information management workflows and creating a foundation for competitive advantage for any organization.”

Expert System is also a sponsoring company at the upcoming MarkLogic World 2016 in San Francisco, May 9 – 12.

At MarkLogic World 2016, participants can learn how Expert System, in conjunction with the MarkLogic database, can help customers integrate, discover and leverage their data in support of their industry leadership.

“Our customers are leapfrogging competitors, as they understand that innovation no longer needs to be stymied by data silos. They are out-innovating their peers by using the MarkLogic® database,” said David Ponzini, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Corporate Development, MarkLogic. “We’re excited to partner with Expert System to integrate and make sense of data.”