SOURCE: Recommind

August 23, 2005 09:00 ET

KMWorld Names Recommind's MindServer Legal Enterprise Search as Trend-Setting Product for 2005

Recommind Recognized as a Company Leading the Way in Enterprise Search

BERKELEY, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 23, 2005 -- Recommind, the leading provider of search and automated categorization systems for law firms, today announced that MindServer Legal Enterprise Search has been named to KMWorld Magazine's prestigious "Trend-setting Products of 2005." KMWorld Magazine is the leading information provider of the knowledge, document and content management systems market, with more than 51,000 subscribers. The annual Trend-Setting Products list identifies innovative products that deliver powerful information management solutions to an organization, its workers and its customers.

"We are delighted that KMWorld has once again identified Recommind as a leader in innovative enterprise search solutions. Lawyers today are tech savvy and expect the efficiency and power of an internal search tool that delivers even more than systems they are familiar with on the internet," said Robert Tennant, Recommind CEO. "Recommind's MindServer Legal Enterprise Search allows lawyers to perform fast, powerful, relevant searches across all firm documents and offices."

MindServer Legal Enterprise Search has proven to be a vital tool for top law firms who need a powerful advanced search mechanism to quickly find the information their lawyers need at a moment's notice. Recommind has distinguished itself in the search and automated categorization markets by developing products that deliver the most accurate search and retrieval of information from documents, presentations, emails, Web pages and news feeds. Recommind's MindServer platform automatically identifies concepts that describe a document, regardless of the language or subject, enabling knowledge workers to find relevant information quickly and easily.

Compiled annually, KMWorld evaluates vendors to identify leaders in the field of content, document and knowledge management. This is the second year in a row that Recommind has been chosen by KMWorld with a trend-setting product, following the recognition of MindServer 3.0 in the 2004 list of Trend-setting Products.

"We evaluated more than 200 vendors, whose combined offerings top the 1,200 mark," said Hugh McKellar, KMWorld editor in chief. "And just what were the criteria for selection? As we have in years past we considered usability, flexibility, adoption rate and total cost of ownership." This year's results are being published in the September 1, 2005, issue of KMWorld and online at

About Recommind

Recommind's search & automated categorization systems automatically organize, manage, and distribute huge volumes of text from multiple sources. With faster access to the right information, organizations in law, media/publishing, life sciences, and government can save time, enhance the quality of work product, increase the value of information assets, and improve competitiveness and profits. Founded by researchers from the University of California at Berkeley, MIT, and Brown University, Recommind is headquartered in Berkeley, Calif., and has offices in Bonn, Germany.

About KMWorld

The leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market, KMWorld (with a focus on Content, Document and Knowledge Management) informs more than 51,000 subscribers about the components and processes -- and subsequent success stories -- that together offer solutions for improving business performance.

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