Access Innovations, Inc., provider of Data Harmony software solutions, is proud to announce they have been chosen for inclusion in KMWorld’s Trend- Setting Products for 2021. This marks the seventh year Data Harmony has been recognized as a Trend-Setting Product. According to the KMWorld website, “These are the products of forward-thinking vendors that are leading the way in innovation.”
A major development this year was Access Innovations launch of Crescendo, a cloud deployment of its award-winning software, Data Harmony. Crescendo is designed to help clients to index and process large amounts of data and allows them to easily deploy scalable, responsive, and self-managing services utilizing Data Harmony. Access Innovations reported at least one of their clients is tagging a data collection that has 11 million articles using Data Harmony’s Crescendo deployment.
“Important trends in knowledge management—AI, natural language processing, machine learning, knowledge graphs, blockchain, and low- and no-code development—are shaping the capabilities of products and services for 2021 and beyond,” said Tom Hogan, Jr., Group Publisher of KMWorld. “But although cutting-edge approaches are emerging, established solutions are also evolving with new capabilities, resulting in a wealth of choices for companies looking to leverage their information resources more efficiently. To help showcase these innovative offerings, KMWorld magazine is presenting the Trend-Setting Products of 2021.”
“Crescendo represents the next generation level of service and distribution within the information industry,” commented Marjorie M. K. Hlava, President of Access Innovations. “The Data Harmony Suite now ensures that maximum processing power is available on an as-needed basis without the overhead burden of additional servers waiting for peak loads.”
Anyone interested is invited to join the Access Innovations team at their Data Harmony Users Group East (DHUGE) scheduled online October 14-15, 2021. Participants can listen to client case studies, learn about upcoming features to be added to the Data Harmony Suite, and discuss what the future of metadata is going to be. The full agenda is here.