Press release from Bitext:
Bitext adds Catalan to its Semantic API public demos
Madrid, Spain, November 20th, 2013 – Bitext, provider of multilingual Text Analytics engines for the main European languages, has announced the publication of the Catalan version of the Bitext API Demo (http://wordpress.bitext.com/api-demo.html), the demonstration platform of its semantic API. Along with Catalan, there are already seven languages available (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, German) for testing Bitext API for free.
Bitext API is available for testing on the following URL: http://wordpress.bitext.com/api-demo.htm. The services available in this platform are Entity and Concept Extraction, Sentiment Analysis and Categorization. This API can be tested using some pre-established texts and also interactively (by entering your own text). It is also possible to test the API programmatically, thanks to its easy integration into third-party systems.
Antonio Valderrábanos, founder and CEO of Bitext, considers that being able to publicly show Bitext capabilities of semantic analysis in Catalan is very important as it expands Bitext's offering to cover another official language in Spain, in the region of Catalonia, where companies and public administration have a need to understand what customers and citizens say in social media about companies, products and services.
Bitext provides B2B multilingual semantic engines with “documentably” the highest accuracy in the market. Bitext works in two main markets: Text Analytics (Concept and Entity Extraction, Sentiment Analysis) for Social CRM, Enterprise Feedback Management or Voice of the Customer; and in Natural Language Interfaces for Search Engines. Bitext services are available through two different channels: the Bitext API, which provides a web service for third-party developers; and Bitext Consulting, which includes on-premise deployment and customization services for other markets (like Contextual Advertising or Business Intelligence). To learn more about Bitext, visit http://blog.bitext.com, follow us on Twitter at @Bitext or contact Virginia Ortiz at email@example.com