(16 February 2010, Cambridge, UK) Linguamatics, a leader in enterprise text mining, today announced expansion of its US-based operations and opening of a new North American regional headquarters.  The company saw significant corporate growth in 2009, with the addition of new pharmaceutical customers combined with expansion in deployment of the I2E semantic knowledge-discovery platform within existing customers.  Linguamatics has stepped up recruitment in software development and business operations to meet this increased demand for its agile text mining software.  One key new appointment is that of David Keilman as Director, Channels and Alliances, with responsibility for strategic partner relationships.
David Keilman brings more than 15 years experience of enterprise sales and partner leadership, having held senior roles at 170 Systems, Sophos and Genuity.  David has a strong technology background covering managed hosting services, security software and services, managed network services, storage solutions and ERP workflow integration.

"2009 proved to be a landmark year for Linguamatics with I2E established as the text mining software of choice within life science and related organizations," commented John M. Brimacombe, Executive Chairman of Linguamatics.  "We particularly value the addition of David's partnering skills to accelerate our growth as we also expand through new business channels."

"Linguamatics' strength for answering high-value questions from text is proven," added David Keilman. "We're seeing exciting partnering opportunities that will provide customers with significant additional value for knowledge discovery and management."

Linguamatics' new North American regional headquarters are at the Riverside Center, 275 Grove Street, Suite 2-400, Newton, MA 02466.

Linguamatics helps organizations to maximize the value derived from information resources through effective deployment of innovative natural language processing (NLP) based technology.  The versatile interactive information extraction system, I2E, helps organizations to do much more than simply cope with vast quantities of information.  Its unique combination of search and text mining enables organizations to turn this information into a competitive advantage.  From life sciences and healthcare to business intelligence, from media analysis to security, users mine large collections of documents, extracting relevant facts, relationships and quantitative data from content such as scientific papers, news feeds, patents, or internal reports.  Linguamatics has a rapidly growing user community with I2E deployed at most top-10 pharma companies.  The company was founded in 2001, and is headquartered in Cambridge, UK with US operations in Boston, USA. 

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For further information please contact:

Judith Bandy
Linguamatics Ltd.
Tel: +44 (0)7912 944385
Email: [email protected]

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