Prize-giving ceremony on 9 March at the CeBIT, IBM booth, Hall 2 Erfurt, Germany / Brooklyn, NY, March 8, 2012 – Q-Sensei, which was specialized company, on the development of search and index technology of the next generation as one of three finalists in the category of knowledge management of this year’s innovation award-IT selected. Innovative solutions in the areas of business intelligence, knowledge management, knowledge processing, idea management and innovation management will be awarded in this category. Awarded by the Initiative Mittelstand and under the auspices of IBM and the Federal Government Commissioner for information technology (BfIT) by the Innovationspreis-IT awarded every year innovative SME suitable products and solutions from the IT sector which will help to generate growth and competitive advantage through innovative, reliable and efficient infrastructure, and maintain. A jury from over 150 IT experts, professors, scholars, analysts and journalists for this purpose from 2,580 applications the finalists in 40 categories. “We are honored by the nomination of Q-Sensei and are proud as one of the finalists in the category of knowledge management have been selected to be”, so Ute Rother, CEO of Q-Sensei.
“We would like to thank middle class and the jury for highlighting the critical technology needs of medium-sized companies of the initiative. Our search solutions and search-based applications help companies locate, organize, and use relevant data and efficiency with help from this extracted knowledge, increase productivity and innovation in companies.” The award ceremony takes place March 9 during CeBIT on Friday at 17:00 at the IBM booth in Hall 2. For more information about the IT innovation prize at: Innovationspreis it/2012. About Q-Sensei Q-Sensei a new and powerful search and index technology multi-dimensional offers search called the companies and users find, discover and use critical Supporting information from the abundance data. The multi-dimensional search and index platform of the company serves as the basis for a wide variety of search-based applications for content in corporate networks (intranets), on the Internet, on private computers, in personal databases, as well as on mobile devices.