Denver, Colorado – August 22, 2012 – Acrolinx, a leading provider of content optimization software, announced today that KMWorld has awarded recognition to Acrolinx as one of its Trend-Setting Products of the Year for 2012.
Hugh McKellar, editor in chief of KMWorld magazine, said, “Each year, KMWorld evaluates hundreds of products from companies that serve the knowledge management arena. For each company, we consider their product’s level of innovation and the company’s commitment to meeting customer needs. Acrolinx was one of the companies and products we evaluated this year, and we’re pleased to welcome Acrolinx to the 2012 list of Trend-Setting Products of the Year.”
Acrolinx helps its clients create technical and marketing content that end customers can more easily find and understand. Acting as an ever-vigilant copy editor, Acrolinx scans each author’s text and compares it to corporate standards for terminology, style, spelling and search keywords, and offers suggestions for improvement. By guiding authors to create simple, consistent content, Acrolinx customers gain lower translation costs and higher customer satisfaction.
Commenting on the KMWorld award, Andrew Bredenkamp, founder and president of Acrolinx, said, “Helping authors choose the right words and phrases has a profound impact on the effectiveness of customer communications. We’re honored that KMWorld appreciates Acrolinx’s innovative solution for improving the ability of companies to communicate with and engage their customers.”
KMWorld (www.kmworld.com) is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market and covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management, informing more than 45,000 subscribers about the components and processes – and subsequent success stories – that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc. (www.infotoday.com)
Acrolinx provides Content Optimization 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 and optimize the content you deliver to your customers.