Automated categorisation and flexible taxonomy management

Cortex is Flare’s central engine for delivering automated document classification, business rules, taxonomy management and text analytics. Cortex provides the ‘back end’ capability that makes searching for data and information easy and reliable.

The AutoCat functionality allows automated classification of content using the Flare Taxonomies. It makes the cataloguing and/or migration of documents in underlying repositories such as SharePoint or Documentum fast and effective. The resulting classification allows users to search and retrieve information quickly and have trust in the results.

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  • Rapid and consistent auto-classification of documents with minimal requirement for human interaction
  • Information items are classified against relevant terms, phrases and names from taxonomies designed specifically for the oil and gas business.
  • Adaptors allow direct links to repositories such as Documentum, Livelink and SharePoint
  • Rules secure individual or groups of documents
  • Notifications tell users when new documents are available to view and use
  • Full integration with other Flare modules allows seamless access to information and workflows

  • AutoCat – allows for the automated cataloguing of documents against the taxonomies. Thousands of documents can be automatically classified in minutes against Flare’s Taxonomies. AutoCat uses term matching, probabilistic matching, text analytics and natural language processing to produce the best possible results that improve the accuracy and relevance of future searches.
  • Taxonomy Manager – provides effective management of the Taxonomies and allows for the addition of new terms, aliases and values
  • Custom Taxonomy – to support company-specific requirements consistent with the Flare Taxonomies
  • Rules Engine – with adaptors for Livelink, Documentum, SharePoint and other repositories - collates and uses rule sets such as retention rules, quality rules, and security and governance rules.

For more details see the Cortex product sheet
Cortex Product Sheet