Gartner analysts Alan Dayley, Guido De Simoni, Jie Zhang, Garth Landers, Marc-Antoine Meunier, JP Corriveau, and Julian Tirsu have included BeyondRecognition in Gartner’s 2016 Market Guide for File Analysis Software for the third year. BeyondRecognition remains the only solution able to use visual classification to classify files – even files with no text or poor-quality text. All other file classification software is based on analyzing the […]

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Gartner’s Market Guide for File Analysis Software, just released August 4, 2015, features BeyondRecognition along with other 25 other providers. BeyondRecognition is the only provider that classifies documents based on their visual appearance, not on a text-based analysis. The Guide, written by Alan Dayley, Debra Logan, Jie Zhang, and Garth Landers identifies the key use cases for […]

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BeyondRecognition CEO and founder John Martin will be the featured speaker at the ARMA NYC meeting on May 19th, 2015. The topic is “Detecting and Protecting PII in Unstructured Content.” John will be discussing how visual classification offers new options for both detecting and protecting PII in unstructured content. Parties interested in attending the meeting […]

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Amazon is now offering the technical overview of Visual Classification: The Emerging Foundational Technology for Document-Related, Classification-Dependent Information Governance Initiatives. The short book, which can be downloaded and read on Kindle devices or Kindle applications on PCs or Android devices, provides an overview of the benefits of visual classification, and how it can be used as […]

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DW Legal, a member of the BeyondRecognition network of families, has changed is name to BeyondReview to highlight its increased services capabilties made possible by BeyondRecognition technology. The new services integrate the comprehensiveness of visual classificationBeyondReview-Transparent-v6 technology and the precision of expert-led eDiscovery and legal review teams to provide a complete end-to-end data-driven discovery offering […]

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John Martin, founder and CEO of BeyondRecognition, LLC, has announced that the company will be in New York City during the 2015 Legal Tech, February 2 to 5, 2015, for discussions with prospective business partners, and that he welcomes inquiries from interested providers. Martin indicated, “We’re looking for a small number of companies who have […]

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BeyondRecognition was featured in a short article in the November, 2014, Oil Information Technology Journal, page 4. The Oil IT Journal a confidential newsletter with an accompanying website at http://www.oilIT.com. The article came about as a result of BeyondRecognition’s participation in the 2014 Pipeline Week conference in Houston this fall where BeyondRecognition caught the attention […]

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As Thanksgiving approaches, taking a close look at text classification using visual classification… Visual classification consistently classifies all of an organization’s documents, not just those with high-quality text. See simplified explanation. By contrast, text-restricted technologies simply don’t “see” non-textual documents and only see poor-quality text documents rather poorly.

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BeyondRecognition (“BR”) announced today that it was included in the recent Gartner Market Guide for File Analysis Software written by Alan Dayley, Garth Landers, Debra Logan, and Earl Perkins. The focus of the report was on tools that organizations can use to manage what Gartner calls “unstructured data,” and included products like HP – ControlPoint, IBM – StoredIQ, Nuix – Luminate, […]

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