This webinar will focus on optimizing knowledge-worker productivity by relating research content in the pharmaceutical industry.

Hear how to reduce barriers to valuable information within your organization by searching across data sources to return results that have similar intents and meaning, even if they do not share a common vocabulary.

Combining search and similarity analytics is broadly applicable across many business use cases, including life science, financial services and human resources.

Panelist Information:

Christine Connors, Senior Consultant, Knowledgent
Christine Connors

Ms. Connors has extensive experience in taxonomy, ontology and metadata design and development. Prior to forming TriviumRLG Ms. Connors was the global director, semantic technology solutions for Dow Jones, responsible for partnering with business champions across Dow Jones to improve digital asset management and delivery. In that position, she managed a worldwide team responsible for the development of taxonomies, ontologies and metadata that are used to add value to Dow Jones news and financial information products. Ms. Connors also served as business champion for the Synaptica® software application, including managing a US- based team of software developers, and supported Dow Jones consulting practices worldwide, which deliver end-to-end information access solutions based on taxonomies, metadata and semantic technologies. Prior to joining Dow Jones Ms. Connors was a knowledge architect at Intuit, where she was responsible for introducing semantic technologies to online content management and search. And before that, she was a Metadata Architect at Raytheon Company and Cybrarian at CEOExpress Company. At Raytheon Company she oversaw knowledge representation and enterprise search, delivering large-scale taxonomies, metadata schema and rules-based classification to improve retrieval of petabytes of internal information via a multi- vendor retrieval platform.

Ms. Connors is a certified Six Sigma Specialist, and is a member of both the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) and the Special Libraries Association. Christine is a board member of the Lotico Semantic Web Meetup. Ms. Connors holds a master of science degree in Library and Information Science from Simmons College, Boston, and a bachelor of science degree in Theatre Arts Management from Ithaca College, New York.


Jeremy Bentley, CEO, Smartlogic


Jeremy Bentley is founder and CEO of Smartlogic. An engineer by training he has spent his career in enterprise software, specifically with information management systems ranging from business process workflow, documents and records management, search and now Content Intelligence.

Bentley founded Smartlogic on the belief that organizations can outperform others if they fully utilize the huge business value contained in content.To realize this value, we know you must understand your content, the information and knowledge it contains and how it can be applied in the context of your operations. We focus all our energy on creating value from content – something we call ‘Content Intelligence’. Semaphore is Smartlogic’s Content Intelligence Platform and it captures the context of your business and then analyzes unstructured content to identify and present its value for any context.




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