Company News and Updates

NTENT’s Semantic Technology Now Transforms Information Discovery for Russian Speakers

NTENT announced the expansion of its next generation semantic search and natural language processing technologies to support the Russian language, building upon its already powerful English language capabilities.  Read More

NTENT Appoints Dan Stickel as New CEO

Leading semantic search and natural language processing company NTENT announced that it has named Dan Stickel as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).  With over $100M invested in its core technology, and multiple related patents, NTENT is gearing up to scale its business with rapid expansion.  Read More

NTENT’s Head of Marketing Receives SmartCEO Executive Management Award

NTENT is pleased to announce that Kerstin Recker, head of marketing, was recognized amongst the winners of the Executive Management Awards, a program recognizes the leadership and accomplishments of New York’s management all-stars. Read More

Q&A with Dr. Ricardo Baeza-Yates, NTENT’s New Chief Technology Officer

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Ricardo Baeza-Yates to the NTENT Team! Ricardo will play a key role in fortifying NTENT’s innovation leadership in semantic and natural language processing and in shaping the company’s technology vision.  Read More

NTENT Wins Voltage Award

NTENT, a semantic search technology company delivering cross-channel content and advertising experiences, has been recognized as a leader in the industry, winning the award for “Large Technology Innovator.”  Read More

NTENT Acquires addGloo

Semantic technology company to launch Demand-Side Platform (DSP) with real-time analysis, providing better performance for advertisers across all platforms.  Read More

Search Today and Beyond: Optimizing for the Semantic Web

Search has changed dramatically over the past year and semantic technology has been at the center of it all. Consumers increasingly expect search engines to understand natural language and perceive the intent behind the words they type. Read More