(Cambridge, England and Boston, USA – April 22, 2014)

Linguamatics is today celebrating being named as a winner of the Queen's Award for Enterprise - the UK's highest accolade for business success.

Linguamatics receives the award for International Trade in recognition of outstanding growth in export sales across USA and Europe for its natural language processing (NLP)-based text analytics software platform.

Over the past five years Linguamatics achieved growth in excess of 300 percent in overseas sales and staff growth of almost 200 percent.

Linguamatics continues to grow and attract new customers. This year, the company will increase its work force by over 25 percent, in both Europe and the US.

 “From the beginning we recognized that international markets, especially the US and Europe, would be key to successful company growth. We have established and grown strong business relationships with many global multinational organizations, focusing on the high-value information problems faced by life sciences organizations and expanding into healthcare to meet meaningful use and big data challenges.”, said Phil Hastings, SVP Sales and Marketing at Linguamatics.

Linguamatics’ software platform, I2E, uses NLP to go beyond conventional search and understand the meaning of text.

I2E delivers dramatically improved speed to actionable insight, using computer algorithms to automatically mine, analyze and connect relevant knowledge buried in vast amounts of textual data and generate higher quality, targeted results for better decision support.

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Now in its 7th year, the Linguamatics Spring Users Conference is Europe’s premier text mining conference. Delegates were provided with an excellent opportunity to explore trends in text mining & text analytics, natural language processing (NLP) and knowledge discovery.

As usual, the conference kicked off with hands-on training workshops, with sessions for beginners, advanced users and administrators. Delegates couldn’t wait to get their hands on the new features of I2E 4.2, and pick the brains of our Application Specialists and Chief Technology Officer.

In the evening, we hosted a welcome reception at the wonderful Fitzwilliam Museum. Delegates were blown away by the marble stairwell and the opulent gold ceiling. We were surrounded by great artworks by impressionists such as Pissaro, Monet and Cezanne, leaving the delegates suitably impressed.


The grand ceiling at the Fitzwilliam Museum

On Tuesday, the main conference sessions were held and we were welcomed by our Executive Chairman, John M. Brimacombe who presented the Linguamatics corporate mission and an update on the triad of critical functionality in the I2E platform – with NLP at its heart.

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