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Looking back into 2018, looking forward to 2019!

Looking back into 2018! Thanks to our clients and partners, 2018 was a great year for Actonomy : We invoiced more than 30% compared to the previous years, one of the highest growth figures of the last five years! We signed up several new partnerships that have resulted in new and exciting things to come

2018-12-28T06:36:02+00:00 December 28th, 2018|Categories: news, Whats-New|

Combining Actonomy’s ontology with ESCO.

Actonomy’s ontology now compliant with ISCO/ESCO! Actonomy’s ontology is the core component behind the xMP Semantic Mind and the xMP Data Services.  It covers well over 500.000 HR related concepts all classified as job titles, skills and many other categories.  It does not only allow to retrieve e.g. job titles but also to provide relations

2018-07-19T06:26:09+00:00 July 6th, 2018|Categories: blog, Whats-New|

xMP new languages support for Italian and Portugese

The latest version of the Actonomy xMP technology supports Italian and Portugese as additional languages. Not only the semantic search & matching is available for these languages but also the xMP Data Services providing access to the core ontology. With the latest addition of these languages, Actonomy covers all European languages (including non-European flavors

2018-07-19T06:26:15+00:00 July 6th, 2018|Categories: news, Whats-New|

In brief : why is Actonomy semantic search superior compared to ‘standard search engines’

Sometimes, an easy and simple overview will tell you more than extended white papers.....  We all know the theory behind semantic technology - we all know that semantics really understand what you are looking for and in what context.... But what does this really mean? Although many semantic search engines claim to understand what

2018-07-19T06:26:59+00:00 January 4th, 2018|Categories: blog|

Semantics is more than synonyms and certainly more than a Boolean search on the different parts of a ‘concept’!

  Many solutions are called semantic search engines when synonyms are used while searching.  It is clear that systems should search for 'software developer' and 'programmer' and many more .... but that is only one aspect of semantic search!  Software providers tend to confuse the market with terminology that doesn't really match with what the

2018-07-19T06:27:12+00:00 December 1st, 2017|Categories: blog|