Gartner Recognizes Acrolinx as “Cool” in Two Research Reports
Berlin, Germany May 7, 2012 – Acrolinx, the leader in content quality software, announced today that the company has been chosen as one of Gartner’s “cool vendors” in content management. Acrolinx has a unique software solution that combines linguistic analytics and natural language processing to guide writers to create content that is more compelling, search-friendly, and translation-friendly. Acrolinx’s customers benefit from making their content easier to understand, cheaper to translate, and easier to find.
“We are thrilled to have been selected as a Gartner Cool Vendor for 2012,” says Acrolinx CEO, Markus Juhr-DeBenedetti. “Acrolinx empowers organizations to manage the quality of their content, making it easier to find and understand. Many companies develop content across divisions, geographies and languages, and Acrolinx software enables them to manage that complexity and deliver a consistent information experience to their customers.”
Each year, Gartner publishes a series of research reports in key technology areas that identify undiscovered vendors with innovative products and services. Gartner profiled Acrolinx in Cool Vendors in Content Management, 2012. Gartner also profiled Acrolinx as one of several companies that are producing potentially disruptive innovations in their investor report, Key Insight for Investors, 2012.
Acrolinx provides Content Quality Software that enables companies such as Adobe, Dell, Cisco, IBM, Philips, and Siemens to make their content easier to comprehend, cheaper to translate, and easier to find. Built on a powerful linguistic analytics engine, Acrolinx helps you analyze, measure, and improve the quality of the content you deliver to your customers.
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