Connotate Named to KMWorld’s 2012 “100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management

New Brunswick, NJ - 14 March 2012

Leading Web Data and Extraction Company Honored for the Eighth Consecutive Year

Connotate, Inc., a leading provider of solutions that help organizations monitor and collect data from the Web, today announced that it has been named to KMWorld’s annual list of the “100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management” for 2012. This year marks Connotate’s eighth consecutive appearance on the list.

KMWorld is a leading content, knowledge and document management publication. The annual list of “100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management” was first established in 2000 to recognize an elite group of companies dedicated to meeting specific customer needs while adding true value to the entire chain of constituencies. Each year, these one hundred companies are carefully selected by a panel of knowledge management experts, practitioners, analysts and system integrators.

“In my new role as Chief Executive Officer, I’m honored to be part of a company that has been recognized for its endeavor to deliver ultimate customer value that is noticed, appreciated and respected,” said Keith Cooper, CEO of Connotate. “With Connotate’s recent acquisition of Fetch Technologies, the company has strengthened its product roadmap at a time when companies of all shapes and sizes need scalable, reliable solutions to manage the fire hose of big ‘real-time’ data that fuels their businesses. The Connotate solution enables any organization to feed timely and accurate Web content into their data analytics models, BI tools and internal systems to generate the strategic insights they seek to drive top line performance and bottom line results.”

Businesses routinely dedicate large percentages of their staff to identifying, monitoring and extracting Web data to power their Big Data analytics models. The Connotate solution provides these same functions while reducing human error by delivering real-time data from hundreds of thousands of sources automatically. Organizations of all sizes, including the Associated Press, StrategyOne and Precise, leverage automated monitoring and data collection processes to reduce costs, deliver powerful information autonomously and structure high volumes of complex data.

“Connotate has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to their customers by helping to harvest an organization’s collective intelligence in order to best serve its entire constituency chain,” said Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief of KMWorld.

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