Linguamatics receives Queens award
Linguamatics has been named as a winner of the Queen's Award for Enterprise. The company specialises in deploying innovative natural language processing (NLP)-based text mining for high-value knowledge discovery and decision support.
Linguamatics received the award for International Trade in recognition of outstanding growth in export sales across USA and Europe for its NLP based text analytics software platform. Over the past five years Linguamatics achieved growth in excess of 300 per cent in overseas sales and staff growth of almost 200 per cent.
Queen’s Awards are given for outstanding business achievement in the fields of International Trade, Innovation and Sustainable Development. Winners of The Queen’s Awards can expect an invitation to attend a special reception at Buckingham Palace. The awards are made annually by HM The Queen, and are only given for the highest levels of excellence demonstrated in each category. To find out more about next year’s awards visit.
Commenting on winning the award, executive chairman, John M. Brimacombe said, ‘Traditionally, the US has been a hard market for British companies to succeed in. But through the strength of our world-class technology and the outstanding team we have built, we have become a market-leader. Cambridge has an international reputation for excellence and we are proud to be a successful Cambridge technology company, flying the flag for innovation in the UK.’
Linguamatics’ software platform, I2E, uses NLP to go beyond conventional search and understand the meaning of text. I2E uses computer algorithms to automatically mine, analyse and connect relevant knowledge buried in vast amounts of textual data and generate higher quality, targeted results for better decision support. I2E can be used to mine a wide variety of text resources, such as scientific literature, patents, Electronic Health Records (EHRs), clinical trials data, news feeds, social media and proprietary content. I2E can be deployed as an in-house enterprise system, or as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) on the cloud.