Epinomy was founded in 2013 to build a class of software that combines the best of enterprise search engines for unstructured content and NoSQL databases for structured and transactional information. The resulting eponymous Epinomy software.
George Everitt continues to be the CEO of a company he founded in 2006 named Applied Relevance. AR is a professional services company that provides consulting for large-scale enterprise search implementations for the MarkLogic platform.
Epinomy was developed using modern NoSQL database technology to help businesses unlock the hidden content in their Big Data. Epinomy uses a triplestore and provides unified search of unstructured and structured data using taxonomies/ontologies. Epinomy includes ontology management tools, a rules based auto-tagging engine, structured data dimension extraction tools, faceted search interface, data graphs and more.
CEO George Everitt was a consultant for Verity and Autonomy for ten years and has participated in enterprise search and knowledge management applications at each of these organizations. These complex implementations informed the core features of Epinomy.
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