SOURCE: Connotate


February 28, 2011 08:00 ET

Connotate Named One of KMWorld's "100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management" for 7th Consecutive Year

List Inclusion Heralded by KMWorld as "Most Prestigious Award in Knowledge Management"

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ--(Marketwire - February 28, 2011) - Connotate, Inc., a leading provider of solutions that help companies collect data and content from the Web, today announced that it has been named to KMWorld's annual list of the "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management." This year marks the seventh consecutive year that Connotate and Agent Community -- its flagship high-volume intelligent Web data monitoring solution -- have been named to the prestigious list. 

Connotate's Agent Community solution allows non-technical users to capture and analyze dynamic Web data via a patented visual abstraction technique and intuitive interface. Agent Community V3 includes features such as increased automated Web data collection capabilities, sentiment and text analytics, "slice-and-dice" Agent subscription and management views and compatibility with the Mozilla Firefox Web browser. The most recent version of the solution -- GEN2V3.2 -- includes a new 'full story algorithm' feature which captures story elements automatically, making Web monitoring and data collection faster and more efficient.

"Being recognized by KMWorld for the seventh consecutive year is a great honor," said Tom Meyer, CEO of Connotate. "It's a great acknowledgement of what our customers have been able to achieve using our solution and reminds us that our mission to deliver ultimate customer value is noticed and respected. We're grateful to KMWorld's panel for choosing us again and look forward to living up to our customers' high standards for excellence."

KMWorld's list of "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management" recognizes an elite group of companies dedicated to providing organizations with efficient ways to leverage the full spectrum of online information and use it to their greatest business advantage. Each year, these one hundred companies are carefully selected by a panel of knowledge management experts, practitioners, analysts and system integrators. This year's pool of contenders exceeded 1,000 companies.

"It's rare for a company to be named to our list of 'companies that matter' for seven straight years," said Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief of KMWorld. "The knowledge management space has evolved dramatically over the past seven years, and the fact that Connotate has made our list for the past seven years is testament to the company's ability to provide a cost-effective, high-volume and resilient solution for knowledge management. While Connotate's technology gets more cutting-edge each year, one thing always remains the same -- its popularity with end-users and analysts alike."

The 2010 list will be formally announced in the March issue of KMWorld.

About KMWorld
The leading information provider serving the Knowledge, Document and Content Management systems market, KMWorld informs more than 45,000 subscribers about the components and processes -- and subsequent success stories -- that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc. For more information, please go to

About Connotate
For organizations in which content and data are vital to success, Connotate is the Web collection company that that puts the power of Web data monitoring and collection into the hands of the business user. Through an easy-to-use 'point and click' interface and patented algorithms, Connotate delivers the scalability, reliability and resiliency necessary to drive strategic value from dynamic, Web sources. With benefits ranging from new content offerings with millions of subscribers, to new revenue streams, competitive advantages and dramatic operational cost savings, Connotate's growing customer list includes global businesses such as McGraw-Hill, Associated Press and Thomson Reuters. Connotate has been named a KMWorld "Trend-Setting Product" for the past five years. For more information, please visit

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