Manage enterprise knowledge – globally across languages

Coreon combines flexible tools for creating, exploring, and maintaining taxonomies with terminology management. Coreon is the most advanced SaaS solution for multilingual knowledge systems.

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Enable

Build your Information Infrastructure

Multilingual knowledge systems link knowledge (meaning) with language (words).

Flat vocabularies are enriched with semantic structures. Thesauri, taxonomies are enhanced with more languages.

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Leverage

Visually Explore Semantic Assets

With Coreon organizations build and explore taxonomies, ontologies, and terminology within one single system, in one view.

Linguistic quality tools keep the data clean and consistent for reliable reuse in various applications.

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Benefit

Discover Knowledge in Data

Half of big data is unstructured – Coreon turns textual, multilingual information into actionable knowledge.

Benefit from intelligent big data mining. Facilitate cross-border interoperability. Master language.

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News

18 NOV 2014

Three Successful tekom / tcworld Days in Stuttgart

November time, tekom time – the annual tekom / tcworld conference and tradeshow took place again. This time, after many years in Wiesbaden, the event has moved to Stuttgart. And this is a good move! We don't have official tekom numbers at hand, but our impression is that there were more conference visitors, more exhibitors, i.e. generally more activity. Second, and this is from an exhibitor's view absolutely crucial, the exhibition environment was much more pleasant. A way less noisy environment to have efficient discussions with visitors, even daylight exhibition hall etc. the presentation conditions in Stuttgart's ICS conference center are much better.

For Coreon it was the first time with a full three-day exhibition at the tekom – after last year's one day participation in the context of the LT Innovate booth. We shared a booth together with Coreon's partner CrossLang; open to three sides, well located in the foyer.

The show was a success for Coreon. We made many good new contacts, business opportunities and networking relationships. We are very pleased to see that our vision of multilingual concept maps is establishing itself as a topic amongst the many experts present at the event. Conference participants start to see the potential they have in their multilingual resources. The idea to leverage these resources outside of plain translation and documentation processes is taking off. Several visitors passed by at our booth - before tekom not yet aware of Coreon, but who were then referred to us by others: Coreon's value proposition, its brand is getting recognised also in the tekom community.

Looking forward to next year's event!

30 OCT 2014

Coreon at tekom / tcworld Conference 11-13 November 2014

Want to know more about MKS – multilingual knowledge systems, and how an existing terminology resource can be leveraged outside of documentation and translation processes, namely in Enterprise Search, Multilingual Text Analytics, Auto-Categorization etc. ?

Coreon is exhibiting at the tekom / tcworld show in Stuttgart , together with our partner CrossLang – experts in consulting and integrating language technologies.

Discover most recent developments: a completely revised Search and Lookup engine, which ensures very accurate results also for large repositories or Coreon's repository templates – blueprint-like editing of records to guarantee consistency and efficient data changes. Michael Wetzel, Managing Director of Coreon, welcomes you at our booth FOY/F21.

11 JULY 2014

Inspiring Conference on Ontology, Terminology and Text Mining

The TKE 2014 Conference took place 19-21 June in Berlin. Coreon had the pleasure to co-host and organize this year's international conference on terminology and knowledge engineering. ~70 participants from all around the world attended two parallel tracks in the main conference. Each day started with a keynote speak – on Thursday, it was Khurshid Ahmad from the Trinity College Dublin, followed on Friday by Kyo Kageura, from the University of Tokyo.

Everyone was very impressed by the brilliant equipment and conference room facilities at DIN – the German Institute for Standardization – where the event took place. Thursday evening we all enjoyed a nice get together and conference dinner at the stylish restaurant 3 Schwestern, in Berlin-Kreuzberg's historic Bethanienhaus. The conference was complemented on Saturday by a workshop on ISO language codes. Almost all presentation slides are now available on the conference page as well as the conference proceedings.

Dive a bit into the atmosphere of the conference – we published some photos taken during the event.

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11 – 13 NOV 2014

tekom Jahrestagung

Stuttgart, Germany

04 – 05 DEC 2014

LT-Accelerate

Brussels, Belgium

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